JANTZ PROFESSIONAL KNIFE SHARPENING WHEELS
READ CAREFULLY BEFORE USING!!!!
PREPARE YOUR WHEELS
1. The silicon gritted wheel is for sharpening. Apply a very light touch of lubricant (pink grease) to help protect from heat buildup. Be careful not to over lubricate, as this can clog the grit and prevent the cutting process necessary for sharpening.
2. Use a piece of scrap metal to remove any extra lubricant and excess silicon grit. An old knife or worn file works well for this process.
3. Apply white rouge to the slotted polishing wheel by holding stick of compound lightly to the wheel as it turns on the motor shaft. The compound should melt onto the wheel. Re-apply as necessary, do not use the wheel without a good base of compound on the wheel.
Recondition Wheels As Needed:
When the sharpening wheel stops cutting, it is time to recondition!
With motor running, use 80 grit no-fil sandpaper to remove any remaining grease, grit, and glue. Take care not to damage the wheel by cutting into the wheel or sanding beyond the surface. Follow with 600 grit sandpaper to smooth and clean wheel. Pour silicon grit onto paper. Coat wheel lightly and evenly with sizing glue. Roll wheel in silicon grit covering completely. Lightly tap edge to remove excess grit and make sure all wheel is coated evenly. Allow to dry completely (we suggest overnight). If slots in your finishing wheel fill up, clean with a hacksaw blade or other thin blade edge.
MAKE SURE WHEEL TURNS DOWN AND AWAY FROM YOU
NEVER PULL YOUR KNIFE OFF OF THE EDGE OF THE WHEEL ~ LIFT UP
NEVER TURN THE KNIFE EDGE INTO THE WHEEL
USE EYE PROTECTION
WEAR PROPER CLOTHING
TO SHARPEN YOUR KNIFE:
Place your knife edge on the grit wheel at a 20degree angle. Using a light, even pressure, pull the entire length of the knife edge lightly across the wheel. Repeat this process an even number of times on each side of the blade until metal binding appears on the edge. Now switch to the slotted polishing wheel prepared with rouge. Using moderate pressure, buff each side until the metal edge is removed.
!! REMEMBER !!
NEVER TURN THE EDGE OF THE BLADE INTO THE WHEEL