How to choose a sharpening stone or Whetstone? What whetstone Grit size do you use?
In this video, I will be explaining de differences between whetstone/sharpening stone. I will cover the Diamond stone, Whetstone, Soaking Stone, and the Ceramic stones.
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S H O P:
Shapton Pro Ceramic, Ha No Kuromaku: https://amzn.to/2z2i8oz
Shapton Pro Ceramic, Ha No Kuromaku: https://amzn.to/2Ysb1zk
Stones used in the video,
Diamond plate (AliExpress): https://bit.ly/2y3D6Ts
Ceramic Shapton Glass: https://amzn.to/3fTL2aQ
I got the Shapton glass for free, but I do recommend the ”Ha No Kuromaku or also called Shapton Pro Ceramic” over the Shapton Glass and Naniwa/Chosera Pro:
Strop Base from Jende Industries (Gifted): https://jendeindustries.com/kangaroo-strop.html
N O T E S: In this video, I will be covering the majority of the sharpening stones, also called whetstones, soaking stones, etc. There is a wide variety of whetstones around there. While I have not tried them all, I tried the most popular ones like the Shapton, Naniwa, Chosera, Kings, and more.
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