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Offline Ollie

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Re: Which Japanese Waterstones should I get
« Reply #30 on: March 03, 2014, 04:54 AM »

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Offline NYC Tiny Shop

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Re: Which Japanese Waterstones should I get
« Reply #31 on: March 03, 2014, 08:00 AM »
I realize that the OP has probably gotten his sharpening set-up by now, but I just wanted to contribute to this informative thread.
I've been successfully using the Norton Waterstones up to 8000 with a Nagura Stone, and finishing with a leather strop and Green Chromium Oxide. Last year, I picked up a Veritas honing jig which I find terrific! I flatten my stones with 220 grit wet/dry sandpaper on a piece of glass.
 When these stones need replacing, which is probably within this year, I'm thinking of getting this DMT set...