Eric.RSSWoodworks Posted September 18, 2013 Report Share Posted September 18, 2013 I used both methods and settled on the water stone. I would glue sand paper, up to 2000 grit, to marble surfaces and use a $14 guide I got at Sears. It did a great job but it seemed like I was always changing the paper and became frustrated with it. My wife then got me a combination 1000/8000 grit water stone. It was easy to use with the guide and didn't wear out. Now and then I flatten it on the table saw with some sand paper but that is rare. I would deffinately go with a water stone. The combination stone is about $70 at woodcraft. Fine woodworking also did a full review on many different brands. http://www.finewoodworking.com/toolguide/product-finder/water-stones/118314.aspx?channel=1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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