Hi guys Please excuse me for what might seem a very dumb question. I'm really trying to learn how to hone my razors on my own. But it's tough. I'm trying to find something, anything that can get my razors to shave ready. So I own a few stones, like a 1.5k and 5k Shapton. A 8k and 12k Naniwa and a JNAT. I've come across a few videos on YouTube of doc (from badgerandblade) honing. And I really like his technique. He takes what seems like a 1200 grit aroma plate, creates a slurry on a JNAT and hones a razor to shave ready using just that. Of course he uses the cherry tomato test along the way. So basically here's my question. I have a 400 grit aroma plate. And I've been using it to create a slurry on my JNAT, I dull my razor along the edge of the hone, and I try to set a bevel using the atoma slurry. I then try to finish by diluting the slurry. So far, it seems to work some. More practice is needed, I know it. But is this a valid approach? Or am I potentially damaging my JNAT by doing this? I just want something simple and that works. The complexity of honing can be discouraging sometimes. Thanks!