Posted By: Ozgur
- verified customerNow this is a hidden gem when it comes down to coarse stones. It is in my line up to repair minor chips on yanagi-usuba-deba knives after Naniwa Ohmura #150 and before Shapron Pro #320, followed by either Sigma Power #400 or Chosera #400. It is, alongside #320, has a different feel than other Shapton Pro stones. These two create some sort of slurry instead of swarf that other shaptons pros do. And that facilitates your metal removal, making it easy to remove minor chips. For bigger chips, I would send it to a pro sharpener or spend your days on it. I also think you can use it on double bevel knives if you take extra precaution (as it removes metal very fast).
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