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Sharpening electric knife blades #13234387 08/03/19 07:01 PM
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Do you sharpen your electric knife blades? If so how is the best way?

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Re: Sharpening electric knife blades [Re: massbaster] #13234579 08/03/19 11:02 PM
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I use the work sharp system. Sharpen the flat side of the blade only.

Re: Sharpening electric knife blades [Re: massbaster] #13234590 08/03/19 11:08 PM
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Correct. Sharpen as you would any serrated blade.


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Re: Sharpening electric knife blades [Re: massbaster] #13236060 08/05/19 01:29 PM
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I just run it through my Block sharpener after filleting and keeps them plenty sharp for me. thumb

Re: Sharpening electric knife blades [Re: serj5150] #13236166 08/05/19 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by serj5150
I just run it through my Block sharpener after filleting and keeps them plenty sharp for me. thumb



thumb thumb Just Google Block sharpener and get you one. There are several styles and brands, and all are cheap.


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