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tongueriver wrote:Would KROIL be suitable on a Washita or Arkansas stone for sharpening knives?
cody6268 wrote:I use baby oil (a bit easier to find (oddly, every time I've found mineral oil, it's been with the laxatives, baby oil I've found with the lotions and such), on natural stones (mostly just Arkansas) and ceramics (only to wipe off theb metal that sticks to them), and water on synthetic stones (i.e. Carborundum). Diamond stones I usually don't use anything with (and they're field stones anyway--they can't get broken).
Woodly wrote:Might sound gross to some but many old timers just use spit.
Steve Warden wrote:Woodly wrote:Might sound gross to some but many old timers just use spit.
That's what my Grampy used.
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