Debado Sharpening Kit

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The Kit

The Debado Series is comprised of the best stones offered by Suehiro. These stones have a huge surface area, wear incredibly slowly, cut fast and are splash and go so they're ready on a whim! 

The Debado #220 is the best low grit stone we've ever used, and we've tried almost everything. These stones are bigger than your average bench stone which gives room for long passes to efficiently remove material. The stones are hard and incredibly slow wearing for a low grit with a consistent grain that leaves a even finish and doesn't kick out little crunchies like some other more affordable low grits are known to, so its a breeze to start polishing off of for wide bevel sharpening and thinning, not to mention its coarse enough to kick up a burr on the dullest knives after only a few passes, not to mention its a splash and go! Though we do find a couple minutes in the water will help this stone be a little less thirsty.

The Suehiro Debado #1000 is everything the Suehiro Cerax #1000 is but more. Faster, harder, and slower wearing. A fantastic edge to finish your knives on, especially more chopping style knives that might come into contact with the board a little harder than some others, or German or other softer stainlesses. 

The Suehiro Debado #4000 is a great edge hard finisher and cuts fast for a high grit, leaving a surprising about of steel in the slurry after just one pass. These stones have a very smooth, almost grippy feedback that is a pleasure to work on.

The Atoma Diamond plate #400 is our go to choice for a flattening tool. They cut fast, and will remain true forever as they're bound to an aluminum block. They can be used for repairs in a pinch, but do be advised that this will pull out the diamonds over time, and they will last considerably longer if used just for flattening.

The leather strop will be your final stop, and take your edge from sharp, to scary. It can also be used as a maintenance tool, and extend the life of your knife or tools edge. When the strop is no longer effective its time to transition to a ceramic honing rod, and when that stops being effective its time to hit the stones again!

The Naniwa stone holder is definitely a luxury. It brings you up from the table or sink bridge to allow hand clearance while sharpening and makes sure nothing slides around!

For guidance on sharpening feel free to check out our free videos on Youtube :

SHARP Youtube Channel

Or sign up for an in store sharpening class!

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