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Special proportioned white corundum made waterstone, high hardness and wearproof. Fine texture and sharpening force ensure sharpening speed and quality.Size: 18 x 6 x 3 cm / 7.1 x 2.4 x1.1
Features: Special proportioned white corundum made waterstone, high hardness and wearproof. Fine texture and sharpening force ensure sharpening speed and quality. Suitable for top grade kitchen cutter, outdoor knife, sushiknife,precision tool and so on Come with a plastic anti-slip stand, beautiful and environment friendly. The most important point is its non-slip feature, ensuring safety during sharpening a knife. Size: 18 x 6 x 3 cm / 7.1 x 2.4 x1.1 Material: White Corundum Customized for Japanese company. Steps to sharpen: 1. First soak whetstone in water for 15 minutes. 2. Rough sharpening first, fine sharpening second. 3. When there is some slurry on the whetstone surface, do not scrape slurry. It helps to sharpen a knife. Package Included: 1 x Sharpening Stone 1 x Rubber Sharpening Stone Stand How to select a sharpening stone: A very coarse stone, 220 grit or so, will remove a lot of material quickly. This is useful for repairing chips or setting a new bevel angle on a blade. A medium grit stone, typically 1000 to 1500, is usually the first stone you'll use if the knife is very dull, but not damaged. The finer grit removes enough material to restore the cutting edge, but not so much material that you'll grind the blade down quickly. A fine stone, typically 4000 grit, is used for polishing a cutting edge until it's very sharp. This is usually as fine as you'll want to polish a knife because it strikes a very good balance between sharp and durable. A very fine stone is between 6000 and 8000 grit can be used to polish the blade to a mirror-like finish and hone the cutting edge to razor sharp. Such an edge is ideal for slicing delicate ingredients like seafood, but a cutting edge this fine will dull faster with use.
3000 8000 Double-Sided Sharpening Stone Waterstone Grindstone with Rubber Stand ABBOTT ZDOUMREUW