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    Senior Member JoeLowett's Avatar
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    Default The value of mentorship in learning to hone

    Mikes a nice guy. Really knows his stuff and humble too boot. Nice to hear it went well for you guys!
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    Just for the record... Michael scored a hat-trick.

    Thank you Michael!!

    Yesterday morning I shaved with the third of three razors we worked on Sunday morning and it was a real scream. Smooth and close.

    Not that honing three razors is an outrageous act, but doing it on an unfamiliar coticule while teaching me the ropes.. that's pretty impressive. Just sayin...
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    I can't agree more about the value of a mentor to learn something new. I live near Loughborough UK and would appreciate it if anyone near here has any time to help a newbie to the world of honing

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