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Niwaki Sharpening Stone #1000

Niwaki Sharpening Stone #1000

Regular price $17.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $17.00 USD
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Code: N-P00332-2

Whetstone
131 x 20 x 23mm
Fantastic sharpening stone, specially designed for secateurs but also great for shears, topiary clippers and other sharp stuff.
#1000: fine, for regular sharpening - the most useful stone for regular sharpening: if you only get on stone, make it this one.
The bottom of each stone is slightly concave and designed in such a way that it fits the convex curve of the cutting blade perfectly on all our secateurs.
The flat face of the stone are ideal for shears and topiary clippers and removing the burr.
Made in Osaka, Japan

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