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Sharpening a Serrated Knife

Is sharpening a serrated knife worthwhile?

People may tell you that sharpening your serrated knives isn't necessary. To some, sharp kitchen utensils may not be a priority (I assume you, a sharpening site visitor, are different), but it does make a difference. Most people who avoid sharpening their serrated knives simply abstain because they don't know how to do it. It's perfectly rational for someone to keep cutting with a dull bread knife when sharpening it seems like an impossibility. Rest assured, though. Sharpening your serrated knives can be very quick and easy if you have the right tool.

How to sharpen a serrated knife

You can sharpen each gullet of your serrated knives very efficiently with a small, round sharpening rod. We recommend using the DMT Serrated Knife Sharpener. This product uses DMT Diamond technology and makes quick work of your serrated knife sharpening.

Click here to learn how to sharpen a serrated knife using the DMT Serrated Knife Sharpener.

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