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Niwaki Sharpening Stone #1000

Niwaki Sharpening Stone #1000

Niwaki - Made in Japan

Regular price $49.99 AUD
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Introducing the Niwaki Sharpening Stone #1000, a must-have for garden enthusiasts seeking precision and performance in every tool. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, these stones are expertly designed for Secateurs, Shears, Topiary Clippers, and a variety of sharp garden implements.

Featuring a concave edge that seamlessly aligns with the blade's curve, these stones effortlessly tackle even the tightest spots, ensuring a perfectly sharpened edge every time.

The Niwaki Sharpening Stone #1000, with its fine grit, is your go-to solution for regular sharpening needs. Versatile and reliable, it's the essential tool for daily maintenance, guaranteeing optimal performance with every use.

Explore the full range of Niwaki Sharpening Stones:

  • #220: Coarse, engineered for rough blades.
  • #1000: Fine, the ultimate choice for everyday sharpening, offering unparalleled versatility.
  • #3000: Super fine, crafted for honing and intricate detailing, delivering precision and refinement to your tools.

Product Details

131 x 20 x 23mm
Made in Osaka, Japan

Care Instructions

Niwaki Sharpening Stones work for just about every edged blade:

• #220: coarse, for rough blades
• #1000: fine, for regular sharpening - the most useful stone for every day sharpening
• #3000: super fine, for honing and detailed work

How to use Sharpening Stones:

• Soak stones in water for a few minutes before use, and keep wet during use
• Use the concave edge of the stone, moving from the pivot towards the tip of the blade, following the curve as you go
• Note: For straight bladed shears, use the flat side of the stone
• Sharpen back and forth along the whole length of the blade. This is a gentle action - don’t use too much pressure
• Use as much of the stone as possible, not just the top inch
• Next, turn the secateurs over, and use the flat side of the stone to smooth the burr off the inside of the blade, going slightly over, creating a very fine bevel
• Use the convex edge of the stone to clean off the curved edge of the bypass
• Finally, clean and dry the secateurs, and wipe with Camellia Oil

Tip: Use the #1000 grit for a few minutes every week to keep your secateurs in top condition

Shipping & Returns

Shipping rates applied at checkout.
Orders are shipped from Victoria, Australia and are packed and dispatched every Monday. We do not ship internationally.

Please note: By law, we are not permitted to sell a knife or blade to any person under the age of 18. By placing an order for one of these items you are declaring that you are 18 years of age or over. These items must be used responsibly and appropriately.

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