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Naniwa 4k Chemical finishing stone???

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sachem allison

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my understanding is that this is a resin bonded stone, which allows for much more consistent grit uniformity and a faster cutting rate.
 

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Purely speculatively: poor translation. "Chemical" is to be opposed to "natural", so is used where one would expect "artificial" or "synthetic".
 

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AAHHHHH ok ok, I was like ***... Chemical finishing stone? must have... so I ordered one. I guess I will write a report on it soon.:laugh:
 

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Like the Debado "Chemical" stones @ JWW I guess.
 

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AAHHHHH ok ok, I was like ***... Chemical finishing stone? must have... so I ordered one. I guess I will write a report on it soon.:laugh:
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I've got some Chemical Socks and a ream of Physical Printer Paper I will sell you. You can have the whole lot for a hundred bucks.
 

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PM message me for info on the sox... are they high grit or low grit btw? I hope they aren't too soft I hate it when they melt away.
 

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old post back to life but it's in the same line as the 8k pure white stone. It's supposed to be quite good
 

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