The Japanese 1000 Grit Slip Stone allows you to sharpen gouges, carving tools and other curved cutting edges. Simply soak the stone in water or honing oil for 3 minutes before using. Keeping the stone wet with water while in use keeps the slip stone lubricated.
They might be small enough to slip in your wallet, tool kit, or tackle box, but these diamond sharpening stones do the job. Ultra-hard diamond abrasive gives you a fine edge fast. Designed for use on steel, carbide, glass, ceramic, and even titanium, these compact sharpeners can be used dry or with water…
…up chisels and plane irons for correct grinding angle. Lower clamp has a ridge to fit shorter tools. Two safety stops prevent tools from slipping off the stone when grinding.
…Blade Tenon Cutters. Includes two blades, two bolts, and one allen wrench. The blades are curved and can be sharpened using a round rasp file and a slip stone.