How to Use a Whetstone
Using a whetstone is a cheap and easy way to keep any blade sharp. Dull blades are useless in the kitchen or while on a camping trip. Using a whetstone gives you great control over how sharp your blades are....
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Nov 9, 2011 ... One of the best ways to sharpen your knife is to use a whetstone. Watch .... nop.
whetstone required to soak in water. water works as lubricant.
Learning the right way to use a whetstone may take a bit of practice, but once you
get the hang of it you'll be able to keep knives razor sharp, and save time and ...
Use the coarse side of the whetstone to grind away any roughness. This is the
pre-sharpening stage. Use the fine side to give the knife its sharpness - this is the
The best thing you can do for a good knife is to keep it sharp, and the best way to
sharpen it is to use a whetstone or water stone. That's how professional knife ...
Dec 4, 2014 ... One side of the whetstone is rough and the other is finely grained. ... I usually use
the rough side first then polish it with the finer side.
Feb 16, 2011 ... A whetstone is generally considered to be the easiest to use and most
immediately effective tool for knife sharpening. Read on to find out how ...
May 22, 2011 ... The first step in knife sharpening is to lubricate your whetstone. You'll want to
either use oil or water for this process, depending on what type of ...
Arato (Rough, Left on picture) Nakato (Medium Rough, Middle on picture) and
Siageto (Small Rough,Right on picture). Each kind of Whetstone has different use