Japanese whetstone 1000 for sharpening of knives

This synthetic Japanese whetstone 1000 for sharpening of knives has an open-pore structure, a homogeneous particle deposition, and high sharpening performance. This Japanese sharpening stone is to be used with water and is not suitable for bears solely Japanese knife.

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Japanese whetstone 1000 for sharpening of knives

Dip the whetstone for 10-15 minutes in the water before use. Moisten it regularly during knife sharpening. The 1000 grain is ideal for regrinding.

Parameter

  • Dimensions 130 x 40 mm
  • Height of 25 mm Whetstone

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