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    Welcome Sir great to have you. Look around and join in as much as possible. Check into the work shop if you have interest in restoration of straights.
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    Hi and welcome aboard. Sure you will enjoy the dovo once you have it honed properly
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    Send a PM to Cudarunner. He will make your experience with your Dovo better. Than you will be buying all kinds of stuff. Be very careful. Hide your wallet! RAD comes on before you know it!
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    Welcome to SRP!!!

    A lot of great folks and info here as you've seen.
    The library is a great place to learn and get lost reading
    Enjoy and have fun!
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    Hello and welcome to SRP.
    On the french forum "le coupe-chou club", we have a thread called "the beginners and their Dovo".
    As you know that DOVO produces 80.000 SR /Year, and that factory sharpening is made by machines, but that a real "shave-ready" hand-made honing takes from 30 to 45 or more minutes to be satisfying, can you calculate how much money is saved not doing it ?

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    Spend more time more honing my razor:

    http://straightrazorpalace.com/razor...ml#post1725322

    Thank you guys. Great tips.

    It worked. I was able to finally shave with the Dovo. I might reset the bevel later since I used tape this time. But progress was made. Thank you guys!

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