Turning

Subject:
Re: Diamond card Lube and cleaning

Don Evans
Well you are correct in one regard Chuck, what I should have said is:
"Never use a diamond hone dry IF you want to keep it working always like it did when it was brand new", and I do want to do that.
There is also a difference I think in how you do this when talking about diamond plates like I was talking about and using a pocket "card" hone.
I do the same thing when I decide to hone a turning tool, I use an EZE hone dry.
I do NOT use the 3' x 10' diamond plates I was talking about for that job.
They are used, by me anyway, for carving tools, Swiss Made all the way.
Don

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