Sharpening stone Matsunaga King Home K-45 1000
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Sharpening stone Matsunaga King Home K-45 1000


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This Japanese whetstone stone Matsunaga King Home K-45 features a 1000 grit. King Home Grinding Stone has been designed to sharpen knives used at home when they do not cut well. Soak the stone in the water about 3 minutes. If you are sharpening a double edged knife, sharpen the both side of knife at the same number of times. Put the stone on a stable place. Position the knife at 0.5~1cm above the stone surface and at 45 degree like in the picture. Move the knife back and forth so that the edge of entire knife touches the stone. When the knife has burr (curl back of the edge) on the other side of the knife, flip the knife and sharpen few times to take them off. Size 176 x 52 x 15 mm. Plastic Stand for 1000 stone included.

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King Home

The Japanese sharpening stone manufacturer Matsunaga, in Osaka, with King and Sun Tiger among its brands, is the oldest and best-known maker of Japanese whetstones in the West. King stones are relatively soft and pleasant to use, because one can see and feel how the stone cuts the surface.