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Japanese Ice Bear Waterstone 1000 6000 Grit, Nagura Stone and Holder

1000 6000 Grit King Combination Japanese Waterstone - Ice Bear (4560272501590) , Nagura Stone (4963188108509) and Waterstone Holder (5052511021727)
KING Waterstone 1000 6000 Grit, Nagura Stone and Holder Add to cart
£44.95

For the serious Bushcraft enthusiast, crafts person, or ANYONE that uses a cutting tool, Japanese Waterstones are a must to keep your equipment in tip-top condition.

If you want your cutting tool to work at optimum performance, then give it the respect it deserves.

The sharper your cutting tool, the safer it is to use.

Japanese Waterstones are suitable for Bushcraft Knives, Cooking Knives, Leather Knives, Fishery Knives, Axes, Straight Razors, Plane Blades, Chisels, Gouges,  and other blades used in Woodworking, Agriculture, Gardening, Stock Raising and Forestry - just about ANY cutting tool!!

 

Grinding AND Finishing Safely

  • The 1000 Grit stone, is a top quality brand stone. 
  • It is used to flatten the backs of blades and forms the edge, the most important part of your cutting tool.
  • Used on edges that may not require as much grinding as the 800 Grit stone.

 

  • The superfine 6000 Grit stone is a fine finishing stone and is used to bring the metal to an absolute mirror finish, and hence an ultra sharp edge
  • Stone Size 205x50x25mm

 

  • The Nagura stone is used to deglaze and build up slurry on the surface of the 6000 Grit stone, which helps in the polishing process. The slurry can also be used to clean the stains from the surface of a blade caused by the tannins in wood.

 

  • The Heavy Duty Non-Skid Waterstone Holder is made to hold Waterstones measuring 139mm (5.5") up to 228mm (9") in length, has contoured rubber holders at either end, one end fixed and one end sliding. It can be tightened by means of two adjustable screws to hold the waterstone firmly but gently. A central rubber block provides extra support. Rubber grips on the underside prevent your waterstone from sliding or moving about whilst you are trying to sharpen your cutting tool.
  • A very worthwhile accompaniment to your waterstone collection.
  • It will make sharpening non-frustrating, easier and most importantly of all, SAFER.
 
Handy Hints 
Always work up from coarse grits to finer grits.
The coarser the grit, the more metal will be removed.
The finer the grit, the longer it will take to remove the same amount of metal.
 
If you have nicks to remove it can take a long time if the stone you are working on is too fine.
If it is taking forever to remove nicks, you need to move back to using a coarser stone.
 
Depending on just how bad the blade edge is you may want to start with a lower grit stone.
 
For blades in need of serious restoration, start with a 220 or 240 grit.
 
For badly worn edges, a 400 grit would be low enough to start with.
 
The 800 grit stone is probably the starting grit for most users.
 
A good indication of needing to start sharpening your blade is that you are probably putting indentations on the items you are trying to cut, rather than actually cutting them!!
At this point, the 800 grit would be a good place to start.
 
If you are not quite at the indentation stage, you will be able to start with a 1000 or 1200 grit stone, steadily working up the grits to the finer stones of 4000, 6000, 8000 and 10000 grit.
 
Soak the stones long enough so that the water is still visible on the surface. If you have not soaked the stones for long enough you will get a muddy surface instead of the finer slurry that you should have. Remember to keep sprinkling the surface of the stone as you work or the stone will dry out.
 
For finer stones of 6000 grit and above, use a Nagura stone to create the slurry before you start. This slurry can also be used to polish the areas you are not sharpening. Use a cloth or rag to take some of the slurry and rub it in to the areas required.
 
Always clean the surface of your stones of the black deposit that is left. This deposit is the particles of metal that have been shaved from the surface of your cutting tool.

Note
We understand that having a full set of stones all the way up through the grits can be expensive, therefore we offer a range of combination stones and various different sets to help you get the best to suit your needs. Why not try adding one each month until you have the perfect sharpening system - it will be one of the best investments you will ever make!

Stay Sharp at World Of Survival!!!

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