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WorkSharp Knife Sharpener Comparison
to Work Sharp's Cutting-Edge Technology Which Work Sharp Knife Sharpener model is for you? Compare the features below to see which best suits your needs. Name Work Sharp Combo Knife Sharpener Work Sharp Knife Sharpener......
Which Work Sharp Sharpener Should I get?
What's the difference between the three Work Sharp Power Sharpeners? Work Sharp now has three power sharpeners to choose from, the original Work Sharp Knife Sharpener, The Ken Onion Edition Work Sharp Knife Sharpener, and now the Work Sharp Combo......
Sharpen an Axe with a Norton IB64 Round Stone
There are a number of different ways to sharpen an axe, one popular way is to use a round stone. Round stones can be used with the stone in hand and the axe in the opposite hand. However, the easier and safest way is with the stone on the bench. With......
What sharpener can I use on hunting knives?
What sharpener can I use on hunting knives? I want to use an electric sharpener but I've tried a few and they don't fit my thicker knives. Many electric sharpeners designed for kitchen cutlery don't work on thicker blades found on hunting knives. ......
Step-by-Step Knife Sharpening
This step-by-step guide will walk you through how to sharpen your knives using sharpening stones. We recommend you read our article Selecting a Sharpening Stone to help you determine the best stone for your application. One more thing to consider ......
How do I sharpen a curved knife?
Sharpening a curved knife is just as easy as a straight blade. However, the products used are slightly different. A traditional straight blade (or one with a outward curve) is sharpened on a flat stone. However, a curved knife such as a hawkbill, ......
What can I use to sharpen my machete?
Machetes are made to be easily sharpened. When used, they see a lot of abuse so they need to be able to be sharpened easily. They are hardened to be slightly softer than a pocket knife, if they were as hard as a pocket knife, they would be more prone......
Detailed Discussion on Knife Sharpening Angles
We have found that many customers really want to know more about selecting the angle for their knife. In this article we will discuss in more detail why you may want to choose one angle over another. Before getting into the detail, we’d like to ma......
Tips for Selecting the Right Bevel Angle
Selecting an angle for your knife edge is an important first step in sharpening. Selecting an angle is probably one of the easiest steps in sharpening, once you know the basics. To make it easy, a 20 degree bevel angle is a good starting point. If......
Identify the Parts of Your Knife
Knives are a commonly used tool that we often take for granted. We expect them to perform and cut with ease, but we rarely pay any more attention to our knives than that. To understand your knife, it is important to learn about its construction and b......
Sharpening a Serrated Knife
How do I sharpen 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. ......
Garden Shears Sharpening
My garden shears are dull and rusty. What can I do? Gardening tools like shears see hard use. Cutting through woody plants is tough on the best of edges. Add to that months of hanging in a garage or shed in all weather conditions, and it’s no surp......
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