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How to use the 1-2-3:

You are now able to have the convenience of coarse, medium and fine grits at your finger tips. You will want the coarse grit when you are working on a very dull knife that has been neglected. A few strokes on the coarse (270 mesh) grit will build you a new edge. Then move on to the second stage which is our medium (600 mesh) grit. The second stage will now sharpen that new edge you have created. Stage three, the fine (1800 mesh) grit, will hone your edge to a razor sharp finish. Begin with the base of your knife at the top of the sharpener. Pull in a downward stroke dragging the blade out to its tip. Then turn your knife over to repeat cutting upwards from base to tip. As you continue to use your knife, you may not always need to use the coarse grit. You will want to utilize this only when you are beginning with a dull surface; however, your knife maintenance will be on the medium and fine grits. Many people may tell you that the angle you hold the knife at is important. We express that although it is important to keep a low angle, we specifically designed the sharpener in an oval shape to deflect the need for a perfect angle.

This will be the only tool you will ever need to use on your cutlery and keep your knives in excellent condition. These sharpeners are offered in a variety of lengths and widths to help you determine the best for your application. The rule of thumb is your sharpener should be at least as long as your blade.

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