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Knife Grit Sharper Combination Corundum Whetstone Sharpening Stone Dual Side Sharpening 1000/3000
Dual Sided1000&3000 Grit Professional Kitchen Knife Whetstone Sharpener
Anti-slip Silica base holder +Knife Angle Guide Specifications
Item no.s MDS100, this sharpener set is with high quality,perfect design,
High-grade corundum ensure effective sharpening results
Double-sided sharpening design(1000 grit coarse grinding and 3000 grit fine grinding)
Equipped with silica gel non-slip base guarantee the safety sharpening
Stone Size:approx. 180mm x 60mm x 25 mm (7" x 2.4" x 1.1")
Knife Angle Guide,size:100mmx20mm
Professional sharpening set for metal and damask kitchen knives. The set includes a water sharpening
stone and a sharpening angle holder. A water stone is meant for sharpening the knife and the polishing
the sharpening angel of the edge. One side possesses the abrasive grit of #1000, the other one has
#3000, which lets to sharp the knife using only one instrument. The portable rubber platform safely
protects from sliding.
The sharpening angel holder with the ceramic guides provides for the angel of 15-30 degrees depending
on the width of 2 cm is 30degrees. The wider the blade is the less is the angle.
Soak the stone in the water for 5 minutes, and then put it on a steady platform. Sharpening the knives with
one or two steps is decided by the degree of blunt tool.
Step 1: 1000 grit coarse grit, used to repair the seriously damaged edge, suitable for blunt knives.
Hold the knife at an angle of 15 - 30 °, grind the edge on the surface of stone back and forth with gentle
pressure, and sharpen it until the edge sharp enough.
After sharpening the tool, it needs to be honed with coarse grinding after half a year. Also depends on the
Step 2: 3000 grit fine grinding, a necessary step to eliminate burrs of the edge.
Use more gentle pressure, repeat step 1, and repair the edge until smoothly and keenly.
General speaking, use it once a week to keep your blade sharp.