Whetstones, also known as water stones or sharpening stones, are used to grind and hone the knife edges. Even the best kitchen knife will lose its initial sharpness over time. The sharpening devices and the right technique will make the sharpening task easy. Whetstones have different degrees, depending on the grain of the stone. A fine-grained whetstone is dense, sharpens less, but allows adjustments in the edge. In contrast, a coarse grain edge removes more material from the cutting edge. Combination whetstones include two grains. They are the perfect choice for amateur chefs. The higher the grain reference number, the smaller the grain size.
- Combination whetstone, GR 220/1000.
- Set of guide rails.
- Plastic holder.
- Storage box, ventilated to ease the drying of the whetstone.
Grain size and uses:
- 220-400: Coarse stones. Reshape or repair chips, put on an edge for very dull knives. Not recommended to beginner sharpeners as they are abrasive and shave off a lot of material.
- 800-2000: Medium stones. Regular sharpening.
- 3000-8000: Fine stones. Basic finishing and polishing stones.
- 10000-12000: Ultrafine stones. Used for mirror polish finish.
MinoSharp offers a wide range of accessories to sharpen knives. They will sharp your knife easily and quickly and your knives will look like new.