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 Post subject: Re: Knife Storage
PostPosted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 12:41 pm 
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pjwoolw wrote:I like to leave stones in the open air as much as possible. Something inclosed, as long as it doesn't get to hot, is OK I suppose. My go to stones are almost always in water or wrapped in damp rags.


I leave my stones out until they are dry before putting them away, I can keep all of my sharpening equipment in a small space on a bookshelf, or in a tool carrier. It is the knives I have that run rampant,lol.



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