I've been sharpening/honing my straights for a couple years. I don't have any hair for testing my edges so I stay on a Shapton 1k until the blade falls into a grape using no pressure along the entire length of the bevel. Then a few minutes on a 4k, a few more on a 8k, and finish on an ILR (12-15k) under running water until it's difficult (sticky) to move the blade. Then 60 on a plain leather strop and 10 more on a CrOx pasted leather strop or CrOx pasted balsa. This gives me a perfect shave every time. But when I look at the edge with my 10x loupe, there are tons of tiny scratches. Am I doing something wrong? What does it take to get a mirrored edge?