Techniques for How to Sharpen a Knife
A dull blade isn't just a nuisance; it can be downright dangerous because it can slip off whatever you're cutting and slice your hand. Keep your knives sharpened so they'll slice through tough materials like butter. To ensure that your blade's edge will...
The rule when buying any knife is to buy the best quality you can afford and then
learn proper sharpening and honing techniques to make the best use of your ...
Apr 10, 2010 ... http://shilohtv.com Trail Boss Steve Doran travels to the great white north of
Michigan and visits with his friend Jim Nowka of Knife Forums.com ...
How to sharpen your knife. Knife sharpening technique and tips from the pros at
Buck Knives. Learn how to sharpen serrated knives and fist hooks.
With your left hand (or your right hand if you're left-handed), hold the sharpening
steel point-down, with its tip resting firmly on a dry cutting board — as if it were a large nail you were about to hammer into the board.
So 22½ degrees is just half of that. After us... More »
There are many ways to sharpen a knife. This method produces a good general
purpose edge. Safety note: As my Granddad used to say: "Don't cut toward ...
Knife sharpening tips and tricks. ... Please Note: The following are personal
techniques and should be used with caution. The KnifeCenter does not endorse
Our outdoors skills expert examines the finer points of knife sharpening with a
stone .... I prefer a strop, as less precise technique is required on my part. I use a
Mar 5, 2009 ... If you're looking for advanced techniques, check out Knife Sharpening by Steve
Bottorff. It's a very thorough website that provides detailed ...
There are more non-functional knife sharpeners on the market than any other ...
Three Methods:Using a Whetstone or a Diamond StoneUsing a Honing Rod ...