This set of 320, 1000 and 6000 grit water stones is the perfect combination to cover all your sharpening needs. The 320 stone is perfect for flattening a new blade or removing scratches and chipped blades. The 1000 stone will be the 'go-to' stone once your tools are in great condition and the 6000 is perfect for honing and burr removal; this stone gives a mirror finish.
The Cerax waterstone by Suehiro Niigata Japan is renowned for its fast cutting surface and its longevity. Not only is it Europe's best selling waterstone, it also has a very solid reputation in Japan and the rest of the world. Widely used across the woodworking and culinary professions; these stones are made from slow-wearing ceramic particles which act as the perfect abrasive for high carbon steel and tool steel alloy such as Vanadium and Chromium.
Each stone in the set is packaged with a small Nagura stone, which is used for unclogging the stone if abraded material becomes embedded during sharpening.
The housing is complete with rubber feet for safety, stability and ease when sharpening. With features to suit an array of uses, it is easy to see why the Cerax Waterstone is a best seller.
*Submerge stone in water for at least 5-10 minutes prior to use.
Do not keep this stone in water for long periods of time.
The value of the stones individually is $310.
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