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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-11-2010, 07:25 PM
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Using a gummy stone

(is there a section for tuning!?!??!)

do i get my gummy stone wet before i use it?
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yea man it helps reduce friction.. if u want more info on tuning/detuning message me..ill tell ya whats up if u need help

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yea man it helps reduce friction.. if u want more info on tuning/detuning message me..ill tell ya whats up if u need help
Ok, I appreciate it, Im mainly using my gummy stone to get rid of surface rust and small burrs on my mtx. I will def shoot you a message once i start sharpening some boards. thanks!!


How wet? just set in a cup of water or just a few drops?
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Set it in a cup like dunk it in then take it back out and place it in a paper towel to get rid of the excess water and go at it. It's the same idea as sharpening a knife, which I suppose is only knowledgeable for those mostly in the countryside so nevermind..

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thanks guys. Im hoping to get good at all this, its more like an aquired skill haha.
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do i get my gummy stone wet before i use it?


I like my gummy stone wet before I use it



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I like my gummy stone wet before I use it
haha thats what she said
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