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Women S Plus Size Striped Short Sleeve T Shirt Universal Thr
Get on with your day in comfort and style in the Short-Sleeve T-Shirt from Universal Thread™. Crafted from 100percent cotton this short-sleeve T-shirt feels soft against your skin making it a great warm-weather staple and it can be worn as a layering piece under your jackets or zip-up hoodies in cool weather for cozy styling. Falling at the waist for wearing tucked or untucked you can mix and match it with a variety of bottoms for creating versatile casualwear options. Wear it tucked in high-rise pleated shorts or pair it with your go-to jeans to showcase your easygoing style. Size: 2X. Color: MultiColored. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Stripe.
Alessandro Zuniga "Olly": Good quality sharpening steel. I hone my knives frequently and this steel does the job. I have the set of Calphalon LX Series knives and the steel treats them very well and keeps them sharp. I just wish it were dishwasher safe. I recommend this sharpening steel, highly.
Amazon Customer: This sharpening steel keeps my cheap chef's knife nice and sharp. I had to thwart an uprising of tomatoes trying to dispose of it.
ang nc: this is a great little steel . by that i mean next time i will get one that is a little longer . but it does a great job.
anton2g: I really like the handle and length of the steel. It is easy to use and does its job well. The sad thing is that because of the shape of these steels it does not hang from my magnetic knife bar. Please note, this tool does NOT sharpen the steel on your knives. No honing tool does, that is not what these are made for. They instead realign the edge of your knife so that it cuts better. So it is a great thing to have to keep your knives in good care, but it will not sharpen your knives. You should have both tools, a tool to hone (this one) and a good tool or service to get your knives sharpened. The practice I go by is that you need to get your knives sharpened only about once a year, but you should be honing your knives about once a week at the minimum (once for each use is best)It only takes a few minutes to hone your knives. How I do it is that I hold my knife in my dominant hand and the honing steel in my other hand. Both facing directly away from my body. I slice the knife along the steel as if I am trying to get a very very thin slice of steel off the rod. I do it 5 times on one side and then just cross my hands and do 5 times on the other side. Then I go back and do 4 slices on the first side and 4 slices on the other side. Then I do the same thing over and over again each time doing one less slice. It takes about a minute per knife and can be a bit fun actually.
aznpoet: Unless you have crazy expensive esoteric knives with extreme hardness, this will keep most kitchen blades "sharp". You will still need to initially sharpen your knives with stone or knife sharpener . What the sharpening rod actually does is to keep the knife edge aligned straight when applied to the knives between uses, but when the edges get very dull, you have to resharpen them using a stone or sharpener. People make the mistake of applying way too much force when using the sharpening rod, actually causing the blade edge to roll to one side or other. Use smooth easy strokes and this rod does a fine job of honing the blades.The polypropylene handle stamping states it is made in Germany and carries a lifetime warranty. While not fancy looking, it is well made and nicely finished. You can buy one made in China at Walmart for half price, but I like this one much better and the price is not bad either.