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Mcgowan Firestone 2-Stage Knife Sharpener
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- Easy to use
- Ceramic sharpening wheels
- Fits in kitchen drawer
- Made in the USA
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FireStone Knife Sharpeners are made with fired ceramic stones that sharpen and hone knives to a hollow ground edge. With FireStone, knves have never been so sharp and sharpening has never been so easy. 2-Stage sharpener-- tan stones sharpen to a hollow ground edge, and the white stones give a final polish to the blade.
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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I have had one for about 3 years and think it is GREAT! Just a few strokes to keep the blade sharp. I only need to use this after about every third use or so of good quality steel knives.
You will not regret this purchase. 15 years a Scoutmaster. I always like my blades sharp.
CON: My son reported his vibrates when he uses it. He has the tan/white stone combo. Mine is older is the grey/white stones. My grey/white stone unit is flawless. I have also read the same vibration complaint about the diamond version of this sharpener.
(I would never buy the diamond ones as this version works great. Diamonds in the stones might remove steel from my knives faster, which I would not like. I don't need anything faster than this one. It meets my needs.)
We just draw our kitchen knives across a couple times each time before we use them and our knives always stay sharp.
We regularly get comments from guests remarking how sharp our kitchen knives are compared to theirs.