Just bought my first set of waterstones. 1000/4000/8000. I know that the
8000 shouldn't be stored in water, as it doesn't need soaking. The other
two will need soaking before use, so i thought I'd store them in water,
so that they're always ready.
Is this ok, as long as they don't freeze?
I believe I read somewhere that you arenot supposed to store them in
water but tio add water when you are ready to use them. This also is
very true about freezing temps klike we are having now. Ever seen a
frozen waterstone? Makes you want to cry. Softly.
On Fri, 05 Dec 2003 16:48:42 -0600, JP
Losing a loved one or a pet would make me cry. A frozen ANYTHING isn't
going to make me cry; softly or otherwise. How would you react if there
was REAL tragedy in your life?? :)
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