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Arkansas Bench Stone

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Arkansas combination stone: Soft Arkansas side for maintenance, Black Arkansas side for polish.

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Arkansas Bench Stone

Made in the USA from a natural stone native to Arkansas, our bench stone is the perfect "two-in-one" device for sharpening your knives and other tools.

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Made in the USA from a natural stone native to Arkansas, our bench stone is the perfect "two-in-one" device for sharpening your knives and other tools.

Story

Made in the USA from a natural stone native to Arkansas, our bench stone is the perfect "two-in-one" device for sharpening your knives and other tools. Nested securely in a wooden box with rubber feet for added stability, our bench stone is two-sided: one is a coarser grit to start, and the other a finer surgical black grit for finishing. With both these stones under one roof, you will have your sharpening bases covered, and thus much of the guess work is eliminated.

SPECS
  • Soft Arkansas for maintenance (lighter colored stone): Roughly 400-600 grit
  • Hard Arkansas for polish (black colored stone): Roughly 2,000-3,000 grit
  • Stone dimensions: 8 x 2 x1”
  • Box dimensions: 8.875 x 2.9 x 1.5”
  • To be used with honing or mineral oil
  • Care instructions: wipe clean after use
  • Ships with Best Made's Knife Handbook
MATERIALS
  • Arkansas combination stone
  • Box materials: tupelo and various hardwoods, sourced locally in Arkansas, rubber feet on bottom for stability.
ORIGIN
  • Made in the USA
CARE

Taking pride in the care and maintenance of your tools is an integral part of taking pride in your work. Sharp knives are safer, easier to maintain, and reflect well upon their owners. Dull knives are complacent, unenjoyable, and have a tendency to act with minds of their own. So tame your knife by taking the time to acquire the know-how needed to keep it sharp.

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