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    paulblo

    Brackett Brazilian Hone

    Alan, instructions say when using lather "it is not necessary to give many strokes of this kind unless the razor is exceedingly dull" Then to

    paulblo 2 Days Ago Go to last post
    Mr. Wilson

    Brackett Brazilian Hone

    Perhaps it acts similar to a steel when used dry? I still find it curious that the hone was originally sold with a natural rubbing stone. What was the

    Mr. Wilson 2 Days Ago Go to last post
    paulblo

    Brackett Brazilian Hone

    Tonight's shave was after the Gokumyo 20k. I checked every 10 strokes on dry polished Brackett hone, edge changing a 20 completely new at 40 went an extra

    paulblo 2 Days Ago Go to last post
    paulblo

    Touching up on finishers

    Thanks Richard.
    I thought the darker the slower thus less removal. I have never tried anything but Y/G.


    Paul

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    Geezer

    Touching up on finishers

    All Thuringian's are not equal. The darker the color, the more metal removal is done. That is"in general.' a DARK GREY may hone like a high grit

    Geezer 3 Days Ago Go to last post