Diamond stone fans will now be able to hone a fine edge on their tools without switching abrasive types. The 3-micron grading makes this stone similar in performance to a hard Arkansas, a 6000-grit waterstone or an extra-fine ceramic stone, plus there’s no break in period. It’s ready to go right out of the box. The mono-crystalline diamond abrasive is bonded to a solid steel plate which measures 8″ x 3″ x 3/8″ thick. Because it won’t chip, crack or dish out, it may well be the ultimate jobsite toolbox stone. Diamond stones can be used wet or dry, but for best results lubricate with soapy water. Occasionally scrub the surface with a scouring powder to unclog the surface.
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