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    Question Slurry Dulling

    So this should be fun

    I keep hearing this term tossed around, and would really love to hear thoughts about this

    PLEASE PLEASE do not simply toss in a link or say "A well known Honester said" I cannot ask a link a question and if that honester isn't on SRP I can't debate with them..

    So would love to hear any explanation of the term or process called Slurry Dulling

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    Okay, I know I've been a bit off and on the past couple years, but this I have never heard of..
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    I only use slurry with Jnats and can't say I find differences. For me with that type of stone there is none. I am talking about hard J-nats that do not release slurry on their own.
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    How does that address the OP question?
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    Sorry, it was a cheeky attempt to say: If people are finding the slurry dulls their edge, I would suggest diluting. Slurry like many things- less is more. --without taking away any fun that OP may have been looking forward to in a planned debate of a very dubious term.
    i.e. That was me 'sitting back and drinking a glass of water while watching a slurry dulling debate unfold'

    edit: ...but perhaps I've said too much
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    Quote Originally Posted by mainaman View Post
    I only use slurry with Jnats and can't say I find differences. For me with that type of stone there is none. I am talking about hard J-nats that do not release slurry on their own.
    I am obviously out of the 'loop' having never heard of 'slurry-dulling' before, and having no idea on how to explain the term???

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    Having said that I agree with Stefan...except I also use slurry with Coticules. My Escher's are water only finishers (Usually), and I use oil on the CF's and LI's and the Arks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfpack34 View Post
    I am obviously out of the 'loop' having never heard of 'slurry-dulling' before, and having no idea on how to explain the term???

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    Having said that I agree with Stefan...except I also use slurry with Coticules. My Escher's are water only finishers (Usually), and I use oil on the CF's and LI's and the Arks.
    I think there are too many "experts" out there that like to invent new things so they can stand out of the crowd of honers that is swarming the internets. I do not think there is such thing as slurry dulling but may be someone can come here with facts and prove me wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnats View Post
    Sorry, it was a cheeky attempt to say: If people are finding the slurry dulls their edge, I would suggest diluting.
    Close to what I thought.
    Still may be someone will come an share experience with hones other than J-Nats.
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    I don't know anything about slurry dulling. But if you don't have a bevel, you're just polishing a dull edge.
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