Which brand of toilet paper do knifemakers use the most?

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Now, here's a place where we can discuss what to do with your old grinding belts!

(Trizacts are the most absorbant and bio-degradable!)

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So would beginning knifemakers use a lower grit to build quicker callouses....
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Good one Strider.

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Trizac belts works the best for me. Got to get every bit of life out of them you can you know. Do not use them on the grinder afterwords.......
 
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Rob:

NOW YOU TELL ME!

Here I though it was the ironwood that smelled funny!
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Now, this thread IS funny!

Paracelsus, letting everyone have what they want, no matter How abrasive the topic
 
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Time to renew the 'crainial rectitis' awards.

Congratulations, Strider!!!

As the originator of this lame assed thread, you win a nomination!!!!


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The smithing crowd, I gather, would take old newspaper, wet them down and let the ink run together. The "damascus wipe."
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Bob, I know how you're feeling.
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Real knifemakers use corn cobs, any one who uses paper can't possibly be considered a real knifemaker.Shouldn't this thread be in the "shop talk" forum?
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I thought you were going to talk about what brand you use to see how many sheets your OTF's can go threw.
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Hi!
A yellow one with butterfly pattern is best for me.

BTW, what kind of knife do you use to cut your toilet paper? I always keep a razor sharp MT Socom Elite handy to make a cut quick and to be sure I've done a good job from the begining to the very end!
 

Important info: toilet paper has two sides, so it's of dual use....
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I wouldn't know. I don't dumpster dive !
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But, I'm sure that there are a few out there who probably have one hell of a "used toilet paper (from their famous knife maker) collection" that's under glass or mounted to their living room wall !
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Anyone else see that super duper "moist" toilet paper advertizement on the daily show a couple of weeks ago? Can't wait till I can slide some of that moist wonderfullness across my ass. What self-respecting knifemaker wouldn't do the same?

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personally I never use the stuff. I just got outside do my business, pull a small pine tree over to the ground,stradle it,and let it go and the tree will strighten back up. One smooth swipe and you are finished. Then back to the shop.
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