How the heck do you guys keep from making these dang white tiny scratches on the lapped surface? Every time I've tried to make slurry, I end up with a few scratches in the surface that then take a long time to lap out. I've tried twice, it's happened twice, and now I don't wanna use my CNAT due to frustration. Rinse the heck off it, chamfer the edges and corners of both the slurry stone and main stone, and still something gets caught and scratches it. Seems like bringing slurry off the side would rally increase the chances of dinging up the front.
Me to wife (truth!): "Does she really need all these Barbie dolls? You only need two to have a conversation. Why so many?"
Wife, not skipping a beat: "It's kinda like your straight razors..."