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Sharpening Stone Opinel 14cm


Soak the stone in water for several minutes. Once soaked, lay the stone flat on a cloth or on a piece of rubber to prevent it from slipping when sharpening the knife. To sharpen the blade, keep a 20 – degree angle between the blade and the stone, slide the edge, using a slight amount of pressure. If you sharpen your knives regularly, five passes will be enough. Then turn the knife over, and repeat the process.

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A natural sharpening stone, from the Italian region of Lombardy. Whetstones from there have been used to sharpen knives since the fifteenth century, and have been appreciated by professionals

14cm long