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Re: Oils - what about odorless lamp oil?

david weaver
If you haven't noticed anything in a few hours, then there's nothing to worry about. You can always clean (soak) a loaded stone in hot water and simple green if it ever does get loaded. I'm sure there are a million other things that would work (but not with that fantastic green label on your new stone!!).

We have the luxury now, too, that if your stone gets glazed on the very surface and it isn't your finest stone intended to stay burnished, you can scuff it with a diamond stone so that there's a swarf on the surface to abrade off the top layer.

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