It's interesting, one of mine wasn't too bad. The other had a very high level of polish and almost felt like it was coated with some kind of slick substance.
Those two statements seem contradictory to me. 52100 takes one of the most Keene edges I’ve ever been able to produce on a blade.
The control he shows is amazing, but if you're gonna do that why not just buy the bench stone?anycal wrote:What Ric said
I keep reposting this video, but it really works great using the tri-stones free hand. Haven’t touched the sharpmaker since.
The good stuff starts at 2:15.
Alternatively, you can sand the paint off the black clips. Pretty easy and saves you 7-8 bucks.Bladefanboy wrote:Happens on all black coated blades from spyderco the black material doesn't get traction to the clip and that's why it moved around order satin finish clip from spyderco and problem solved