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Re: Shun Classic 7" Santoku

Tue Jun 12, 2012 12:34 am

Thanks for the tip, I actually just gained the guts to sharpen my own shun this time. I had to use a generic norton water stone as it was all that i had, but it did the job! I am really happy I did too because being in a professional kitchen, it is almost embarrassing to have a dull knife let alone chips. Thanks again

Re: Shun Classic 7" Santoku

Tue Jun 12, 2012 12:45 am

The norton 4k and 8k are still some of the best stones in the world still. If u get a knife that is cutting slow or doesn't feel quite rite, and your at that grit progression switch up to those and I will almost guarantee that will fix your problem. I use the 4k so much the my mother in law automatically orders one for me for Christmas this year it was both the 4 and 8 k and not the combo but separate. If money is a concern go to best sharpening stones and order one since mark doesn't sell the yet. Hint hint mark they really are great stones and don't let anyone tell u any different. Bullman

Re: Shun Classic 7" Santoku

Tue Jun 12, 2012 6:52 am

Haha i just fixed my shun, i grabbed enough guts to do it myself. now all the chips are non-existant ! Thanks for the encouragment

Re: Shun Classic 7" Santoku

Tue Jun 12, 2012 10:40 am

Told u so. I find that if I picture in my mind what I am trying to do and usually it turns out perfect. Just don't drop it nothing worse than a shun with a dent in the middle, peace sndnn
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