||1. Place stones in water deep enough to cover them entirely.
2. Take the stones out of the water. Place a medium stone on a wet
towel so that it is free from sliding.
3. Place a knife diagonally on the stone.
4. Make sure that the side of the blade is flat on the surface of
the stone so there is on gap. Keep the angle and start sharpening
5. Keeping your form and motion steady, continue sharpening until
a sharp edge is obtained. You will feel a slight burr on your fingertips
on the side of edge, one the knife is sharpened properly.
6. When sharpening the reverse side, the key is that a very little
push is required but the pressure should be slightly stronger when
pulling the knife toward you.
7. A gentle touch up on the edge tip and job is done.