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Hi All,

When not traveling, I keep my wet stones in a tub of water at all times so they are ready always ready when I need them. The water is cold but it never freezes. Is this bad practice? Will the stone be damaged by constant immersion?

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do you mean whet stone? for sharpening?
 
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yes
 
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