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    Quote Originally Posted by Slawman View Post
    Try pulling up on the spray button I had trouble with my sprayer on my .25 Diamond spay & by accident found this trick works. Hope it works for you.

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    That fellah posted that on 11-03-2011 so I imagine he must have sorted it out by now. Good tip though.
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    Very good and informative.
    I just bought a crox crayon, I have not received it yet, but should I just do the same? Or can I "draw on my strop like you did and do the same?

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    Make sure the crayon you bought is razor quality from a straight razor supplier, not the hardware/woodworking store “Green Polishing Compound”.

    If it is, yes just draw it on the strop in ˝ X 3 inch, X’s. Go all the way to the edge of the strop. You don’t need much and it will last many years before it need retreating.
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    great tutorial, i also have the stick/crayon type,

    my strop has a linen side to it, do i put it on the linen?


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