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Introducing the revolutionary new way to maintain the sharpness and polish of your knife's cutting edge - Tokushu Knife Strop Shots. As the leading innovators in knife maintenance, we have worked tirelessly to develop the ultimate solution for honing and polishing your knife. Our new proprietary strop compound, designed by our Master Sharpener- Zach Peters, is made in house in the USA with the highest grade of polycrystalline diamond and is the result of over a year of research and development.
The secret to Tokushu Knife Strop Shot's effectiveness is in its high-grade polycystalline diamond with extra jagged edges. This makes it the fastest cutting compound we have ever used, ensuring a razor-sharp edge every time you use it. Say goodbye to dull knives and hello to unparalleled sharpness and polish.
We understand the importance of value, which is why Zach Peters has designed the Tokushu Knife Strop Shots with our customers in mind. Our highly concentrated paste ensures that you get the perfect amount of product every time, without having to waste money on excess product.
Don't settle for a dull knife when you can have a razor-sharp one with Tokushu Knife Strop Shots. Its versatility and effectiveness make it the only honing and polishing solution you'll ever need. Experience the difference for yourself and elevate your knife maintenance game to the next level with the Tokushu Knife Strop Shots!
For best results- pair with our Tokushu Knife Premium Buffalo Paddle Strop!
2 Micron Polycrystalline Diamond ~ 8,000 grit
If you aren't sure what size you need- use 2 micron. It can quickly restore a razor sharp edge.
1 Nitrile Glove for application included.
Use on strop as final stage of sharpening, and or touch up. Also use as fast cutting polishing compound.
I'm a bit of a stropping fool, and have bought and tried a lot of stropping compounds. This 2 micron polydiamond emulsion is by far the best I've tried to date. It can single-handedly put a gorgeous, toothy edge back on a blade with just a few passes. So much so that I've gone back and restropped blades on the 2 µm emulsion after progressing to 1 and .5 µm Gunny Juice, because I like the 2 µm edge better. It's nothing short of astonishing.