Nesmuk – Ceramic sharpening rod
The Nesmuk sharpening rod is the right tool for quickly and effectively resharpening dull knives. Since every knife, depending on the quality of the steel sooner or later becomes blunt, it must be sharpened at some point. The sharpness of Nesmuk knives can be maintained for a very long time with the help of the Nesmuk strop. However, hard contacts, lateral sliding over cutting pads or too long maintenance intervals can blunt even the most resistant blades to such an extent that a little more material has to be removed from the cutting edge to get the blade sharp again. The Nesmuk sharpening rod was developed precisely for this purpose. In most cases, conventional sharpening rods have relatively coarse abrasives that roughen the surface of the cutting edge too much during sharpening.
- Length: 46 cm
- Weight: 153 gram
- Material: smoked oak wood, finest high strength ceramics
- Casket in matte black
Hand-sewn leather sheaths / knife sheaths from the Nesmuk knife manufactory
Nesmuk develops and manufactures knives of the highest possible sharpness, using steel grades, materials and technologies never before used in the cutlery industry. Every Nesmuk knife is therefore a tangible commitment to innovation and perfection: made in Germany, created for eternity.
The Nesmuk leather sheaths are particularly suitable for protecting and storing the high-quality Nesmuk knives. These are sewn by hand in high quality anthracite vegetable tanned leather.
Nesmuk knife keep sharp
The steels exclusively processed by Nesmuk guarantee extreme and long-lasting sharpness. To care for and maintain this sharpness, the use of the specially developed Nesmuk strop and Nesmuk sharpening rod is perfect.
Fine knives should be cleaned the way they were made: by hand. In most cases, it is quite sufficient to wipe the blade with a damp cloth. You should make sure that the knife is not left uncleaned for a long time. There are food residues (e.g. lemons) whose acids can attack even high-quality steel. Please avoid working on the knife with corrosive or abrasive aids. High-quality knives do not belong in the dishwasher or loose in a drawer (risk of injury!).