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Smith's TRI-6 three-stone sharpening system features a medium Arkansas stone, fine Arkansas stone, and coarse synthetic stone mounted on a molded plastic triangle with handles on the end for easy stone rotation and easy-to-read stone identification. The sturdy molded plastic base has nonskid rubber feet for safety, "V" trough to catch the oil drippings, and is easy to clean. A bottle of Smith's premium honing solution and a sharpening angle guide are also included.
Cleaning your stones will keep the pores free of stone and metal particles. After each use, the Arkansas stones should be cleaned by scrubbing vigorously with water, liquid soap, and a stiff nylon brush.
1 Course Synthetic (400 grit)
1 Medium Synthetic (600 grit)
1 Natural Fine Arkansas Stone (Approx. 1000-1200 Grit)
Wish it worked with the angle Guide offered by Smiths with other kits but sharpened an AXE, Multiple Knives and a Hatchet to a Razor sharp edge with some time and patientsPublished 2 days ago by william d romanoff jr
These are a good set of stones. I love hand sharping my knifes myself no better way to sharpen them. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Ant
Easy to use stones. They are thick and not cheaply made. The fine stone is great for the final blade. Hardest thing is keeping the right angle for your knife.Published 7 days ago by Joseph
I have several different sharpening stones. If you can only buy one , I would recommend this. Three different grits make it an all around good system. Read morePublished 7 days ago by David R.
I love to cook, and sharp knives are important tools in that process. I've tried other sharpener, and if your knives are gently used, they work fine. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is an adequate sharpening system. I am not sure of the durability of the plastic used to compose it but we will see. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Kevlnda
Fine stone has come unglued several times, and I glue it back with some super glue, next time I am going to use some epoxy to seal it for good.Published 14 days ago by kristopher weaver