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    davidjm
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    Should an indian stone within wood (the option from cousins uk) be set in the wooden block at a slight angle or is this a manufacture fault? cousins refuse to comment.

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    arutha
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    It should be flat, if you dont want the hassle of sorting out yourself then send it back to them, they are usually pretty good with returns.
    Paul.

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    davidjm
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    @Arutha wrote:

    It should be flat, if you dont want the hassle of sorting out yourself then send it back to them, they are usually pretty good with returns. Thanks Paul… its not worth sending back for £9…its definately set in at a slight angle though.
    Paul.

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    arutha
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    David, i dont know if you ever get out to boot sales but I have picked up some beautiful old stones for a couple of quid not to mention all sorts of shaped and sized smaller stones in different materials. They always come in useful for something.
    Paul.

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    davidjm
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    @Arutha wrote:

    David, i dont know if you ever get out to boot sales but I have picked up some beautiful old stones for a couple of quid not to mention all sorts of shaped and sized smaller stones in different materials. They always come in useful for something.
    Paul.

    Thanks Paul. I tried this stone out for the first time tonight on a chipped screwdriver and im quite pleased with the result for first try.

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