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Details about Sharpening Stones: Keep your valuable tools in peak condition!3 Piece Waterstone Set A sure savings over buying the individual stones.Includes:Item # 20542 - 800/4000 combination waterstoneItem # 49668 - 6000 single grit waterstoneItem # 47522 the Nagura stone.Combination Waterstones - For preliminary sharpening where chips existor bevel angle need to be changed, use the 250/100 waterstone. To remove smallernicks and do a finish sharpening of woodworking chisels and other tools, the800/4000 combination is the best choice. Finally, use the 1000/6000 waterstone for creating a polished edge. As shown in the photo on the left. Combination stones are 8-1/8'' long X 2-1/8'' wide X 1-1/8'' thick.Single Grit Waterstone - Extremely tough man made abrasive material. These stones cut faster than oilstones. Stones must be soaked in water prior to use and kept wet with water during use. Waterstones develop a slurry to speedthe honing process. 800 grit or 1200 gritSingle grit stones are 8'' long X 2 - 5/8'' wide X 1 - 3/8'' thick.Polish Stone - The stone is mounted to a mahogany base. These stones can be reflattened after sharpening wears the surface by wet sanding the stone on a flat surface with silicone carbide wet - dry abrasive sheet. As shown in photo third from the left.Polish stone measures 7 1/4'' long X 2 - 1/2'' wide X 1/2'' thickNagura Stone - Forms a paste on finer grit Waterstones to speed and enhance polishing. Use with the 6000 grit stone. As shown in photo on the right.TIP - These stones can be reflattened after sharpening wears the surface by wet sanding the stone on a flat surface with silicone carbide wet - dry abrasive sheet. Waterstone Holder - For non-slip sharpening. The arms are made from chrome plated steelthat resists rusting. Holder handles stones 7 to 9'' long.
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Name: Sharpening Stones
Main category: Hand Tools
This Sharpening Stones product is carried by Rockler, "the woodworking superstore." They're a family-run store for woodworkers, established in 1954, with the tools, wood, and materials to help your completed project be a source of pride to you and your family.