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G-TING 400/1000 + 3000/8000 Grit Knife Sharpening Kit w/ Flattening Stone EXPIRED

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G-TING Direct via Amazon has G-TING 400/1000 + 3000/8000 Grit Knife Sharpening Kit w/ Flattening Stone on sale for $24.99 when you apply promotion code 8W9ARYSQ at checkout. Shipping is free.

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  • 400/1000-grit stone for rough grinding and small gaps
  • 3000/8000-grit stone for sharpening edges and finishing
  • Flattening stone for re-leveling the whetstone
  • Angle guide
  • Stone fixer for flattening the whetstones
  • Includes a non-slip bamboo base

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G-TING Direct via Amazon [amazon.com]has Sharpening Stone Whetstone Knife Sharpener, G-TING 400/1000 and 3000/8000 Grit Knife Sharpening Kit Wet Stone with Flattening Stone, Angle Guide, Non Slip Bamboo Base for Kitchen Knives, Pocket Knife on sale for $23.50 >Now $24.99 with 50% off code 8W9ARYSQ
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I have a similar set (most of these stones on amazon are generic ripoffs of eachother).
Mine called to be soaked in water for 5 minutes before use. As a reference you can mostly use oil on a stone at any time, but once you use oil on a stone you cant go back to just using water.
I got this last time. I must say this kit is very good value.

I have some good knives, some good stones and a couple of Lasky systems (controlled angle). I've tested this kit on both fancy steel German and Japanese knives and on a $5 stainless kitchen aid and I was able to slice paper afterwards with all of them.

Stones are like running shoes. You can get pretty fit and fast on $10 shoes if you have good technique and practice. You will not win races by buying $200 shoes and being a couch potato.

These cheap stones do work, if you have good technique and practice. Expensive stones won't make you a good sharpener if you don't put the effort to learn how to use them. If you want fool-proof results, I would suggest a controlled-angle system ($50-500) but for me, stones are way more fun!
It is $34, not $49. Regardless, I posted as several people asked if there is a recommended, better whetstone than what was originally posted.

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I bought this last time around and it didn't come with instructions. Can someone please tell me how to use it? Oil or water?
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I bought this last time around and it didn't come with instructions. Can someone please tell me how to use it? Oil or water?
I have a similar set (most of these stones on amazon are generic ripoffs of eachother).
Mine called to be soaked in water for 5 minutes before use. As a reference you can mostly use oil on a stone at any time, but once you use oil on a stone you cant go back to just using water.
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Quote from IndigoWinter2667 :
I have a similar set (most of these stones on amazon are generic ripoffs of eachother).
Mine called to be soaked in water for 5 minutes before use. As a reference you can mostly use oil on a stone at any time, but once you use oil on a stone you cant go back to just using water.
Thank you so much!!
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I bought this last time around and it didn't come with instructions. Can someone please tell me how to use it? Oil or water?
Youtube is the way to go
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Youtube is the way to go
Thank you!!
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Is this a good quality set to have?
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Is this a good quality set to have?
Same question here. I am looking for something to get started. Is this decent enough or can someone make a recommendation?
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Same question here. I am looking for something to get started. Is this decent enough or can someone make a recommendation?
King KW65 is much better - https://smile.amazon.com/KING-KW6...B00M8P96QE
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King KW65 is much better - https://smile.amazon.com/KING-KW6...B00M8P96QE
Do you have a coupon to get it for $23?
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They are a bit more $, but stick with King as a brand, great quality and easy to use with water. A 400 and a 1000 is all you should need unless you are very hard on blades
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I have a similar set (most of these stones on amazon are generic ripoffs of eachother).
Mine called to be soaked in water for 5 minutes before use. As a reference you can mostly use oil on a stone at any time, but once you use oil on a stone you cant go back to just using water.
The instructions are on the amazon page as one of the product images. It says to soak it with water for 15-20 minutes. More: https://images-na.ssl-images-amaz...L1500_.jpg
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I got this last time. I must say this kit is very good value.

I have some good knives, some good stones and a couple of Lasky systems (controlled angle). I've tested this kit on both fancy steel German and Japanese knives and on a $5 stainless kitchen aid and I was able to slice paper afterwards with all of them.

Stones are like running shoes. You can get pretty fit and fast on $10 shoes if you have good technique and practice. You will not win races by buying $200 shoes and being a couch potato.

These cheap stones do work, if you have good technique and practice. Expensive stones won't make you a good sharpener if you don't put the effort to learn how to use them. If you want fool-proof results, I would suggest a controlled-angle system ($50-500) but for me, stones are way more fun!
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