Chocera stones are the highest quality water stones from Naniwa. These stones are much harder than other stones, which prevents them from wearing out. Their hardness makes them more abrasive, so they take steel from the knives faster than any other type we have. When sharpening knives with these stones, I challenge you to keep from saying things like “Why, I never…”
You should not soak these stones in water before each use. A few splashes of water work perfectly. Chocera stones were originally invented for sharpening razors, so those who love razor sharp edge should use them.
For those seeking a silkier edge for their Western style knives, The Chocera 2000 grit makes the perfect finishing stone. If you’re sharpening Japanese knives, this stone will reduce your sharpening time on finer grit stones. Moreover, it is a great “tuning” stone. If you’re knife isn’t really dull but you want to give it a sharper, silkier edge the 2000 is the perfect stone to start on.
All the Chocera stones come with a Nagura stone
DO NOT soak this stone. This stone only requires a splash of water while sharpening. Please wipe excess water off from the stone before storing.
Not following these directions can result in damaging your stone.
In order to maximize the performance of the stones and avoid any misuse, please review the following information carefully.
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