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Re: Some notes
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Re: Some notes ()

David Weaver
I get that part, the skill part. It's really more a matter of experimentation that I'd like to think of it as.

I got lost in the part where we started looking at coticules with slurry stones when we're talking about woodworking.

I've had about half a dozen or maybe a little more of those chinese stones, too. The first one that I got was the best (some of them are a little harder and have what look like stretch marks on them). Maybe half of them self slurried, which wasn't very good, but the stones that do self slurry make for good slurry stones.

I still have at least two of them and at least one is a good one. I'll add one of them to the stone listing below if I don't forget.

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