Dial your edge tuning with the Toko DMT Diamond File.
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I call these a wet stone..
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I again play musical chairs with these stones. My new ones I use for edge polishing. Then they do tip and tail detuning when they get older. I keep mine in a cup of water while I tune because I think they polish better when wet.
Must have tool.
Great inexpensive tool for removing edge burrs.
I had an old Toko grinding stone, and bought this one when I lost my old one. Works very well. Doesn't crack or peel off too much, and got my bases and edges nice and smooth. Removed those rusty spots really well. Also great to soothe out nicks and burs in those edges. Did not stain my skis like some of those dyed stones do.