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    Mr. Wilson

    CARBORUNDUM 118S Barber hone est

    Looks like nice, melted Vaseline to me. I melted some and dipped half the hone into it. Even now, charged like this, it is quite aggressive. Used dry,

    Mr. Wilson 3 Hours Ago Go to last post
    MODINE

    CARBORUNDUM 118S Barber hone est

    When I got the Carborundum 103 it smelled of mold. No mater what I cleaned it with it stunk of mold so I soaked it motor oil. Works good now, I use it

    MODINE 3 Hours Ago Go to last post
    Bobski

    My progression

    Thanks Paul, The coticule I bought from 'The Superior Shave' was $363 US dollars ($450 plus oz dollars), 8 x 3 (200mm x 75mm 12mm depth) And is a Select

    Bobski 4 Hours Ago Go to last post
    Mr. Wilson

    CARBORUNDUM 118S Barber hone est

    Judging from the box, I have an older 118S. The instructions are somewhat effaced, but what I can make out is "if the stone cuts too . . . temper

    Mr. Wilson 7 Hours Ago Go to last post
    paulblo

    My Thoughts on Slurry

    Sebastion, I agree. To cover a bigger range is usefull but I don't think the "range" is so big it is just more caorse so will hog off more material.

    paulblo 11 Hours Ago Go to last post