|Abrasive||Baikalite natural whetstone|
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|Country of Origin||Russia|
|Extra Material||Mounted on aluminum blank|
|Form Factor||Edge Pro|
|Lubricant||Oil or water|
|Thickness of Abrasive||5-6 mm|
|Total Thickness||9 mm|
|Working Surface||152 x 25 mm (6" x 1")|
Baikalite sharpening stones are used for finish sharpening and honing knives on Hapstone Pro and Edge Pro sharpeners. Baikalite is a naturally abrasive material of high density. Baikalite stones are mounted on high quality aluminum blanks.
Baikalite is mined in the Baikal region of Russia. Baikalite is a dense, opaque variery of silica rock.
Baikalite stones should be used with one of these lubricants:
Baikalite stones do not have any minor defects. Baikalite stones always have a color pattern; this is not a defect.
Baikalite stone does not require any preparations. It is naturally lapped to ultra-fine grit. This is a big advantage because the difficulty of lapping Baikalite is very high.