Smith Abrasives Dbsf - Fine Diamond Bench Stone

SKU: OKS-SMDBSF
  • Fine diamond stone finishes your edge
  • Molded plastic base with non-slip rubber feet for safety
  • Clear plastic lid protects the stone
  • Micro-tool sharpening pad for small tools
  • Place your blade on the end of the stone at the desired sharpening angle.
  • Push the blade away from you just like you are trying to carve a thin slice off the top of the stone. Use moderate pressure; let the diamond surface do the work. Repeat this pushing
  • stroke three or four times. Try to maintain the same approximate angle with each stroke. This is the key to obtaining the sharpest edge.
  • Now sharpen the other side of the blade. Place your blade on the opposite end of your Smith's stone and repeat steps 1 and 2 this time pulling the blade toward you.
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Smith's 6" x 2.5" Diamond Bench Stone offers the ultimate in sharpening technology. It features multiple layers of micron-sized moncrystalline diamonds bonded in nickel to a flat metal surface. The unique overlapping oval hole design speeds sharpening by collecting and holding the metal filings which ordinarily build up during the sharpening process. This allows the sharpening surface to remain clean and clear and speeds sharpening. This stone is excellent for sharpening wide woodworking tools, medium to small port/utility knives, or kitchen knives.

Product FeaturesManual Features:

  • Fine diamond stone finishes your edge
  • Molded plastic base with non-slip rubber feet for safety
  • Clear plastic lid protects the stone
  • Micro-tool sharpening pad for small tools

Grit: 750 Grit

Product InstructionsSharpening Instructions: Use water or Smith's non-petroleum based honing oil as your sharpening lubricant, but stone can be used dry. DO NOT use petroleum based oil on your stone as a sharpening lubricant.

  • Place your blade on the end of the stone at the desired sharpening angle.
  • Push the blade away from you just like you are trying to carve a thin slice off the top of the stone. Use moderate pressure; let the diamond surface do the work. Repeat this pushing
  • stroke three or four times. Try to maintain the same approximate angle with each stroke. This is the key to obtaining the sharpest edge.
  • Now sharpen the other side of the blade. Place your blade on the opposite end of your Smith's stone and repeat steps 1 and 2 this time pulling the blade toward you.

Care: Always dry your diamond stone surface after each use and before storing. Occasionally clean your stone with soapy water and a mild brush.

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This product is shipped from our supplier's warehouse in Celina, OH, United States
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This product is brand new and includes the manufacturer's warranty, so you can buy with confidence.
A 25% handling charge is levied against all authorized returns except those due to our error. Unauthorized returns are subject to a 40% handling charge. Damages & defects must be reported to us within 14 days.
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