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King Combination Stone, 8" x 2" x 1"

This authentic Japanese whetstone has a combination of the finest medium grey "1000 grit and #250 grit. It can be used for most knives including cleavers, chef and sushi knives and more to achieve ultra-sharp results. Used by professional chefs, ...Read More

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This authentic Japanese whetstone has a combination of the finest medium grey "1000 grit and #250 grit. It can be used for most knives including cleavers, chef and sushi knives and more to achieve ultra-sharp results.

Used by professional chefs, this whetstone is easy to use and in addition to keeping knifes sharp, also removes rust stains. Made in Japan.

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  • Double-sided sharpening stone
  • Fired at very high temps
  • Space and Cost efficient
  • Results in a very durable product
  • Soak in water for 2 minutes before using
  • Green side - Coarse Stone
  • Brown side - Medium/Finishing Stone
  • Manufacturer: King Stone Co, LTD
  • Dimensions: 8" x 2" x 1"
  • Material: Stone
  • BENEFITS:
    • Combination finest medium grey #1000 grit and #250 grit.
    • Sharpens most knives, including sushi knives.
    • Removes rust stains.
    • Made in Japan.
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