Sterling Instructions

The Sterling Knife Sharpener is the perfect pocket sized sharpening tool for kitchen and hunting knives, craft and sewing scissors and gardening and woodworking tools. From the field to the kitchen, the boat to the campsite, you can not find a more easy to use sharpener. Within a few strokes your blade will be as sharp as new. For very dull knives more pressure and strokes may be required. No messy honing oils are required nor are there confusing multiple steps that many sharpeners have. Sterling is that easy and that fast.

Place the knife into the tungsten carbide ‘V’. For best results, secure sharpener flat on the edge of a surface (table, rock, stump, bench) and move the knife downward through the wedge. A light to moderate pressure is all that is required with only a few number of passes needed to fully sharpen the blade. If sharpening scissors or serrated blades, simply lean the blade at an angle. (See diagram below)

How to sharpen a knife with Sterling Sharpener

The Sterling Sharpener features a tungsten carbide sharpening surface that sharpens all types of blades, including kitchen, hunting, fishing, and pocket knives, scissors and serrated blades.

The Sterling Sharpener is a patented aluminum tool designed to be put on a key chain, carried in a pocket and used at home. It can be used by either right or left handed people.


WARNING: When using this product and handling knives be cautious to avoid harm to you and others. Sterling is not responsible for any injury sustained while using this sharpener.