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Miyabi Knives Japanese Water Stones - Toishi Pro Whetstone Grit #1000
If you love scalpel-sharp knife edges, then you know that regular sharpening maintenance of your valued knives is an important facet of protecting your investment, and having them ready for use. Japanese Water Stones are known for their softer, quick working qualities that are less likely to surface glaze and clog with metal residues. The knife sharpening stone is lubricated conveniently with water to produce an abrasive slurry that will grind, hone, and sharpen each knife blade with ease. This #1000 medium grit level whetstone will remove finer scratches and burrs on blades after working on a coarse stone. Use this knife sharpening stone to do all your normal, routine sharpening jobs before following with finer grits for finishing and polishing. Enthusiast users of Japanese water stones believe these produce more aesthetically pleasing effects due to the characteristic variable sizes of the abrasive particles in natural stones. The Miyabi Knives Japanese Water Stones #400 Grit Whetstone is just the right tool to bring the sharpness back to the blade edges of your kitchen knives.
Miyabi Knives Japanese Water Stones - #1000 Whetstone Grit Features:
- Natural stone construction
- Softer, quicker working quality natural whetstone
- Less likely to surface glaze or clog with metal residues
- Knife sharpening stone with convenient lubrication with water only
- Whetstone grit or grain level - 1,000
- Medium abrasive Japanese water stone
- Use for removing finer scratches or burrs from coarse stone sharpening
- Knife sharpening stone for normal, routine sharpening needs
- Whetstone carries Zwilling J.A. Henckels lifetime limited warranty
- Knife sharpening stone dimensions - 8.5 L. x 2.75 W. x 1 H.
- Japanese Water Stone #1000 Whetstone Grit Made in Japan for Miyabi Knives Zwilling J.A. Henckels
Miyabi - "The Beauty of Sharpness"
Miyabi Knives and Accessories a realization of the joint efforts of Zwilling J.A. Henckels with Chef Rokusaburo Michiba, the first Japanese Iron Chef on the television series "Iron Chef," and Chef Masaharu Morimoto, the most famous Japanese Iron Chef. Miyabi Knives are a synthesis of the traditions and craftsmanship of Japanese sword makers with the precise engineering and manufacturing of German knives. Miyabi is characterized by traditional Japanese blade designs that possess exceptional sharpness, beauty, and sophisticated trademarked materials and forging techniques. Each collection of Miyabi kitchen knives and knife accessories are an expression of the refined beauty, finesse, and distinction that defines Japanese culture.
Miyabi Knives Japanese Water Stones Care & Maintenance:
- Keep knife sharpening stones clean and cutting easily as per manufacturer directions
- Use recommended resurfacing stones or sanding papers to maintain flat stone surface on sharpening stone
- Fine grit stones of 1000 or higher must be cleaned occasionally to remove metal residues from sharpening
- After using Japanese Water Stone, rinse with cold or lukewarm water
- Dry whetstone thoroughly before storage
- Do not use hot water, any kind of soap, or dry stones under fans to prevent damage
- Store Japanese water stone indoors at room temperature in a clean, dry location
- Do not store in water, direct sunlight, or in a cold place/garage
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Description Author Alecia K Name Miyabi Knives Japanese Water Stones - Toshi Pro #1000 Whetstone GTIIN / UPC Code 035886275051 Brands Miyabi Product Line No Type Knife Sharpening Stones Options Japanese Water Stones Home or Commercial Home Material Natural Stone Color Green Capacity No Size No Quantity Included 1 Manufacturer's Warranty Lifetime Limited Manufacturer Warranty Country of Manufacture Japan Drink type No Magnetic No Programmable or Non No Shape No Surface No Weight (in Lbs) 2.2 Lengths (in Inches) No Width (in Inches) No