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Natural Arkansas stone, suitable for sharpening of all kinds of knives and cutting tools, Grain size: 240 / 400, Manufacturer: Germany

Natural Arkansas stone, suitable for sharpening of all kinds of knives and cutting tools, Grain size: 240 / 400, Manufacturer: Germany

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  • Model: 405415
  • Manufactured by: Solingen Germany



Natural Arkansas stone, suitable for sharpening of all kinds of knives and cutting tools

Technical details: Stone size: Length: 15.0cm. Width: 5cm. Thickness: 2.0cm, Grain size: 240 / 400

Manufacturer: Linder Solingen

Delivery information: When total value amount of goods exceeds EUR 350.00, the delivery for the territory of European Union is COMPLETELY FREE

Knife sharpening stones are one of the easiest and most affordable tools to maintain the sharpness of cutting tools.

It should be known that every knife, even the highest quality one, begins to lose its sharpness after a while.

On the blade, micro-defects occur as a result of the use of the knife, and if they are not removed periodically, the knife may even be damaged to the extent that it will be difficult to repair.

Nowadays, the market offers a huge variety of sharpening tools from stones to electric sharpening machines. However, knife-sharpening stones have become most popular and widespread.

Now anyone can buy and learn how to use them at home.

These stones may be made of natural or artificial material and may differ in grain.

If one chooses the "tools" according to these characteristics, then two or three stones will be sufficient to do almost any job of sharpening the knife - from roughing, removing metal and removing large defects, to finishing grinding and polishing.

In this section of our shop you can find almost everything you need to sharpen.

Our shop offers a wide range of sharpening stones with different grain size (from 240 to 10,000 grains) sufficient for almost any sharpening operation.

Each model of sharpening stone is provided with the appropriate marking and it is simply impossible to mix them - the greater the number of "grains", the more precise the work that the stone does.

There are both one-sided stones of a certain grain size and two-sided stones, each of which has its own grain.


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