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Norton Combination Grit Waterstones 8 x 3 x 1 : what's the best grit for kitchen knives?

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Technically, it depends on the type of metal. If the knife is of very high quality (very hard) metal, you can sharpen with the 4000 grit stone. In general, on most mid-range and low end knives, the 1000 grit is an excellent choice and produces amazing results.

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