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    Quote Originally Posted by eKretz View Post
    Start with 60 grit loose SiC and watch your troubles lap away like waves on a beach, lol.
    He is not joking, I have done this before to get things close, then went to coarse grits of sandpaper, then to dmt325
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    Quote Originally Posted by onimaru55 View Post
    I say this without joking, some stones need to start their lapping on the pavement.
    He is not joking, I have done this before to get things close on concrete driveway, then went to coarse grits of sandpaper, then to dmt325
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    Quote Originally Posted by onimaru55 View Post
    I say this without joking, some stones need to start their lapping on the pavement.
    Ditto this. A concrete block from a building supply store or sidewalk is also a good option. The concrete blocks are full of large silica particles, are flat (otherwise the surfaces would be wavy and look bad), and have large pores.

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