Ceramic Whetstone/Knife Sharpener (8.25-in.) by Global
This sharpening stone works by removing the first level of molecules from the blade of your knife, exposing a new edge. It is made from dense ceramic, which is harder than other stones and will show less wear. You won't see any dips or valleys develop in this stone, as they do in softer stones. It... See complete description »
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This sharpening stone works by removing the first level of molecules from the blade of your knife, exposing a new edge. It is made from dense ceramic, which is harder than other stones and will show less wear. You won't see any dips or valleys develop in this stone, as they do in softer stones. It provides ample area on which to draw an edge down and across. (Grit is medium 1000.)
just two swipes and my knives were like new..Thank you..
I was very happy with the Whetstone/Knife Sharpener. I have used other sharpeners (electric for one) and the Whetstone did the best job. Now I can again enjoy SHARP knife's. Thanks. Mas
Product works great but it would be nice if it came with some instructions
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Contrary to what you might think, a sharp knife is actually safer than a dull knife. The important thing to remember when chopping and cutting is to let the knife do the work for you. A sharp knife allows you to do that, but a dull knife requires you to exert more pressure to get the job done, which means your hand has a greater chance of slipping.