Sharpening stone for knives, grit 1000/3000

This synthetic sharpening stone has an open-pore structure, a homogeneous particle intercalation, and high sharpening performance. It should be used only with water and is suitable not only for Japanese chef's knives. The sharpening stone should be sank in water for 10 to 15 minutes before use. The stone should be wetted regularly during the sharpening process as well.

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Sharpening stone for knives, grit 1000/3000

Grits up to 1000 are suitable for rougher sharpening; higher grits from 3000 enable fine sharpening of blades.

This is a combined sharpening stone on a non-slip rubber base.

  • Grit 1000/3000
  • Dimensions 180 x 60 mm
  • Thickness of the stone: 27 mm

Premium quality product, made by Fudo.

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