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stalker said:hello! today is arrived my la veinette! 100x4 a real jewel..

GENERALLY between la dressante and la veinettem which have the best finishing quality ??

You tell me, because I really haven't got a clue. For finishing, I find Coticules all very similar. The 3 edge qualifications I use, "Brisk", "Engaging" and "Mellow" are very close range, and more based on a vague impression of mine, then on solid observations.

Kind regards,

Bart.

veinette = engaging

la dressante = silk mellow

bart mhnnnnnnnnn i have just test, that if i finish with la dressante, after 15 pass on crox .....the blade "remember the mellowness".....it is possibile?? or just my impression??

the crox pass should RESET ALL previous character?

thanks

What I can guarantee you, is that if you really got to the limit of what these Coticules can do, that you won't care to use CrO any longer. Most guys I know that reached that level of Coticule Mastery, took a while to realize that they really could do without the paste. I keep comparing it with learning how to ride a bike. Leaving the guide wheels off takes not only the proper skill do to without them, but also some self-confidence.

Kind regards,

Bart.

i should hone the razor with the same coticule(hone+finishing)?? or only in the final stage?????? (for example i have one razor dilucot honed with la dressante but finished with la veinette).

thanks for clarify

:thumbup: That is exactly how I do it, in fact I am doing it right nowBart said:That is perfectly possible. Owners of a Les Latneuses (the one with the 2 Coticule sides) do this all the time. They often start on the creamy side and finish on the hybrid side.

Kind regards,

Bart.

Best Regards

Ralfson (Dr)

then do you have like 3 arms or so being able to hone and type at the same time :scared:tat2Ralfy said::thumbup: That is exactly how I do it, in fact I am doing it right nowBart said:That is perfectly possible. Owners of a Les Latneuses (the one with the 2 Coticule sides) do this all the time. They often start on the creamy side and finish on the hybrid side.

Kind regards,

Bart.

Best Regards

Ralfson (Dr)

Now now lets not get silly, everyone knows that a master of the blessed coticule can hone one handed behind their back, whilst riding a unicyclegeruchtemoaker said:then do you have like 3 arms or so being able to hone and type at the same time :scared:tat2Ralfy said::thumbup: That is exactly how I do it, in fact I am doing it right nowBart said:That is perfectly possible. Owners of a Les Latneuses (the one with the 2 Coticule sides) do this all the time. They often start on the creamy side and finish on the hybrid side.

Kind regards,

Bart.

Best Regards

Ralfson (Dr)

Bwhahahaha

exactly my point I can't type behind my backtat2Ralfy said:Now now lets not get silly, everyone knows that a master of the blessed coticule can hone one handed behind their back, whilst riding a unicycle

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