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Washita Arkansas Stone, 6" x 2" x 13/16"

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$23.99
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These are the finest of the natural stones, known the world over for their unique crystalline structure. True novaculite, these stones remove less metal than manmade stones and polish while sharpening. The resulting edge is longer lasting and sharper, achieved with fewer stones and less effort. Arkansas stones must be used with a lubricant.It keeps the stone's surface from clogging, reduces the effort required to sharpen and keeps it clean. Oil or water may be used, but if you decide to go with oil as a lubricant, you must continue to use oil since water will no longer be absorbed by an oil soaked stone. Washita stones are the softest and most aggressive. Used for taking out large nicks, re-beveling and flattening. Stone colors may vary.


  • Stones remove less metal than manmade stones and polish while sharpening.
  • Washita stones are the softest and most aggressive.
  • Stone colors may vary.
  • California Residents: Click here for Proposition 65 information.

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    4.0

    Very pleased with the stone. Works great

    By  Whittl'in Jack

    from Coloma, MI

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Pros

    • Sharpens quickly
    • Strong
    • Sturdy case

    Cons

    Best Uses

    • Small Projects

    Comments about Washita Arkansas Stone, 6" x 2" x 13/16" :

    I'm a "winter whittler" who works with an apron and it's nice to keep a stone nearby for quick touchups on edge tools. Your Washita Arkansa Stone does the job.

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