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  • Reduces damage to knives
  • Lengthens the life of your sharpening stone
  • Reduces unwanted particle build-up
  • Specially formulated
  • Safe for kitchen use

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How to Sharpen Your Knives

How to Sharpen Your Knives

Step 1: Preparing the stone. Place a damp towel on the cutting board and place the stone on the towel. Lubricate the stone with oil or water. Step 2: Finding the angle. Hold the knife at a 90 degree angle. Halve the angle to 45 degrees. Halve the angle again to 22.5 degrees. Step 3: Sharpening. Pull the knife heel to toe. Flip and repeat the same action. Push knife toe to heel. Flip and repeat the same action. Step 4: Using a sharpening steel. Place a damp towel on the cutting board. Place the sharpening steel on the towel. Hold the knife at a 90 degree angle. Halve the angle to 45 degrees. Halve the angle again to 22.5 degrees. Pull the knife heel to toe, alternating sides. Wipe down the blade with a damp towel. The knife is sharpened and ready to cut.

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Keep your knives sharp and performing at a high level with regular sharpening and maintenance! Watch this video to learn the proper techniques to sharpening with a stone, and how regular maintenance will extend the life of your knives!


Keep your sharpening stones working like they should with this Norton mineral oil! Available in a 1 pint container, this oil reduces unwanted particle build-up on your sharpening stones. This, in turn, extends the life of your stone, ensuring many more uses. This convenient oil maintains it's friction-reducing qualities much loner when compared to regular water. This means fewer stops as your work. In addition, this mineral oil will allow for more precise sharpening of your knives, while also preventing unintended damage to your valuable kitchen tools.

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Customer Reviews

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    Norton Mineral Oil For Knife Sharpening Stones - 1 Pint

    4.6 stars from 8 reviews


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    What can you say about honing oil, other than it works. So, is works. my knives sharpen easily and as they are victorinox knifes they, bought here, hold their edge.

    from Ponce D. Leon's Fountain Of Juice Posted on

    This stuff works great. I poured some in a squeeze bottle and that was a big help when I set to work sharpening an entire kitchen's knives (that haven't been sharpened in literally 2 years - I thought I'd never be done). Unlike water, this oil maintains it's friction-reducing properties much longer, so I didn't have to stop as often while working.

    from Zulu Co. Posted on

    Norton Mineral Oil is great for any Norton and non-Norton sharpening stones. It doesn't take much oil to sharpen a knife, so buying a pint at a time will go a long way!

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    This worked well with the 12" sharpening stone that I purchased. I would recommend to be knowledgeable about using sharpening stones before using. Thanks so much!

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    The Norton mineral oil is a very nice oil for use on any sharpening stone. It is clean and leaves no residue. A little more expensive than some, but worth it.

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    When using a sharpening stone you need mineral oil to slide the knife. This is great oil to have along with your sharpening stone. Great product.

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    Knife juice - don;t try to sharpen without it. Good quality mineral oil for honing your kitchen knives, samurai sword or zombie hatchet. Have some on hand before the Apocalypse.

    from Havana Mgmt Inc Posted on

    This is the only minerial oil you will need for your sharpening stone! Pint size will last for months depending on how often you sharpen your knives!!

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