High-quality Knife Sharpening Stone: The 400/1000-grit knife stone raises the burr, sharpening the edge of the blade. Then, polish and perfect the knife with the fine 3000/8000-gritstone.
Practical for All Knives - Sharpen any blade into newlike. Suitable for kitchen knives, kitchen shears, pocket knife, Shun chef knife, porting knives, cutting class knife grinding, precision tool, garden tools and art appliance, but except serrated blades and ceramic knife etc.
Sharpening Master: Solido whetstones come with a silicone base for holding the stone inside non-slip bamboo base, to ensure the stone being fixed on a place while sharpening. The knife sharpening angle guide helps you to maintain the correct angle. Even beginners can sharpen knives like a Pro.
Fix Your Stone Anytime – Over time, your sharpener stones naturally grow uneven. You need a precision tool to flatten and refresh sharpening stone surfaces. With solido flattening stone helps you to renew your waterstones. It develops a high-quality slurry and also serves to flatten high spots on the surface of the sharpener and it speeds up the polishing. Keep your sharping stones forever durable.
HOW TO USE:
1. Soak stone in water for no more than 5-10 minutes. Place stone on a damp cloth with the courser 400# (grit) side facing up.
2. Hold the knife so that it’s flat and perpendicular to the block, with the blade facing left. Holding the knife at a 20-degree angle, slowly sweep the edge of the blade from left to right down the length of the stone and continue until sharp. You could sharpen you knife with our angel guide, take it on your knife and slowly sweep from up to down and continue until sharp.
If stone starts to feel too dry, add more water. Be patient and take your time. Flip knife over and repeat on the other side (now moving from right to left. Be sure to sharpen both sides evenly. To polish the blade further, flip stone over to the fine 1000 grit side (Dark blue) and repeat the process. When blade is honed to desired sharpness, wash and dry your knife. To clean your stone, simply rinse with water, wipe away any remaining metal residue with a rag, rinse again, then dry.