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Messaggioda Aldebaran » 26/04/2010, 14:10

If you have a natural stone with some grit hypothetical example, 8000, the slurry used to make this stone more 'rough and then able to abrade more', as if he had more grit an 'low. In the case of a Belgian, who can 'abrade more' or less like a 8000, works as a slurry with 1000.
This will allow 'to sharpen razor wire a bit too' top notched or frayed.
Takes place so ': usually takes a more rock' small, the same kind of stone on which you wish the slurry. This is for two reasons:
A) If the stone has the same grit of small-large, will be 'compact equally, therefore able to penetrate between the grains of the sharpening stone, mud and through its split from the matrix
abrasive grains (in the case of a Belgian, the microrubini).
B) The small stone must be of the same kind of big, so as not to leave impurities' otherwise.
To meet all cio'la best thing would be to have a bout of the same stone on which you want to make the slurry.
Once abrasives are more 'on the surface, through the slurry, abrasive more', and then rise more 'metal stone
Important: "the stone is rubbed on the large and small, also before
do so, you must immerse the large rock, as well as small, in water for 15-20 minutes, and finally, start the procedure after being pulled out. "
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