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Low grits ≠220 whetstone, made from Alumina ceramics.
The TOJIRO sharpening stone refreshes the edge of the knife in order to be prepared for finer grinding. The ≠220 grit sharpening stone is the most common whetstone to use, as it can transform a dull edge into a very effective one.
It leaves an exceptional cutting wire, even to the hardest steels (VG10, SGPS, forged steels, R-2)
Ideal for sharpening Japanese knives, Damascus knives or other high hardness knives.
1. Soak the stone in the water for 5-10 minutes, and then put it on a steady platform.
2: 1000≠ medium grit is used to repair the semi dull edge.
Use gentle pressure and repair the edge smoothly and keenly.
3.Wipe it with wet cloth or rinse it with water after sharpening the tool, and then dry it. Clean the stone surface with a soft brush and put it in the air to make it dry.
Generally speaking, use it once a month to keep your blade sharp.
|Country of origin||Japan|
|Dimensions||210 x 80 x 55 mm|