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Sharpening a Serrated Knife

Sharpening a Serrated Knife

Many knives feature serrated blades. The saw-like cutting action of these knives allows for aggressive slicing and the edges hold up well. Eventually though every edge becomes dull and loses its cutting ability. Sharpening a serrated knife is much different than sharpening a traditional straight blade. Each individual serration will need to be sharpened separately for maximum effectiveness.

How to Sharpen a Serrated Knife

Using the DMT Serrated Knife Sharpener

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Diafold Serrated Knife Sharpener
Item # FS
$30.44 $27.99 - $70.99
Lansky Serrated Sharpening Hones
Item # LSSER
$9.99 $8.99
Lansky Crock Stick Serrated Bread Knife Sharpener
Item # LSKNF
$14.99 $12.99
DMT Diamond Chainsaw File
Item # FCS
$29.50 $26.99
Chef's Choice Model 430 Serrated Knife Sharpener
Item # 4300000
$20.00 $14.95

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