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How do honing rods work?


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How To Sharpen A Knife | Gordon Ramsay


Gordon demonstrates how to correctly sharpen your knife safely, so then you never need to use a blunt knife. #GordonRamsay #Cooking Gordon Ramsay's Ultimate Fit Food/Healthy, Lean and Fit – 🤍 Follow Gordon: Text him: +1 (310) 620-6468 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 If you liked this clip check out the rest of Gordon's channels: 🤍 🤍 🤍

How To Sharpen Your Knife With a Steel/Honing Rod.


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How To Sharpen Dull Knives


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The Best Way To Sharpen & Clean Knives (And The Worst) | Epicurious


Chef Frank Proto demonstrates and explains everything you need to know in order to properly sharpen, clean, and store the knives in your kitchen. Frank breaks down his preferred methods and go-to accessories for every aspect of knife maintenance, giving you all the knowledge you need to keep your blades sharp and ready for action. Learn more with Chef Frank on his YouTube Channel ProtoCooks! 🤍 and follow him on Instagram 🤍protocooks Shop for the products featured in this episode! Sharp Pebble Premium Whetstone - 🤍 Honing Steel (similar) - 🤍 Kitchen IQ 2-Step Knife Sharpener - 🤍 Work Sharp E2 Kitchen Knife Sharpener - 🤍 ZWILLING Twin Signature 11-pc Knife Block Set - 🤍 12-Inch Magnetic Knife Tool Bar - 🤍 Chef Knife Roll Bag (similar)- 🤍 When you buy something through our retail links, we earn an affiliate commission. 0:00 Introduction 0:46 Is Your Knife Sharp Enough? 1:42 Sharpening With A Water Stone 4:54 Honing The Edge 6:46 Sharpening With A Manual Sharpener 7:55 Sharpening With An Electric Sharpener 9:17 The Ceramic Plate Method 9:47 Use & Cleaning 12:02 Storing Your Knives 12:22 Knife Block 12:35 Magnetic Strip 12:47 Knife Roll 13:06 Conclusion Still haven’t subscribed to Epicurious on YouTube? ►► 🤍 ABOUT EPICURIOUS Browse thousands of recipes and videos from Bon Appétit, Gourmet, and more. Find inventive cooking ideas, ingredients, and restaurant menus from the world’s largest food archive.

Beginners Guide To Real Knife Sharpening


Curb your dull knives. Please. But also, if you don't want to sharpen your knife, that's okay too. I'm just giving you the option and ability to take your knife from dull to sharper than a razor using a whetstone. ;) Also *DISCLAIMER*: This technique is something that I learned as a beginner while working in restaurants. It was really only intended to get newbies started on the idea of using a whetstone. This video is NOT intended to be a professional all inclusive knife video. It's simply supposed to be a fun/entertaining video to get people interested in learning about knife sharpening. I suggest doing your own research and finding your own way to sharpen a knife after getting started off this guide! The King Whetstone that I use: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 - Music - Barbecue Music By Engelwood: 🤍 (I accidentally made the mistake of crediting Jef kaale Because I thought this was his song but I recently found out it was Engelwood's song, woops! Go check Engelwood out if you enjoyed this music.) -

How to Use a Honing Steel - Two Different Methods


🤍 - In our latest video, Andre shows us how to use a honing steel (aka sharpening steel) two different ways. He shows us the safer and reliable on the table method and the more difficult free hand or TV chef method. Both do the same job but but it's important to get those angles correct with each stroke. Honing Steels: 🤍 Check us out on social media! Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Don't forget to like, comment and subscribe for more videos!

Knife Honing vs. Sharpening: How Much Difference Does It Make?


Join us as we put our neglected kitchen knives to the test. In this video, we compare honing and sharpening to see which method truly restores their cutting power. Watch as we measure their sharpness, test their performance on tomatoes, hone them using a ceramic rod, and finally sharpen them with the Professional Kitchen Knife Sharpener. The results are astounding, proving that while honing helps, sharpening is essential for optimum performance. Don't miss this eye-opening demonstration on how a few minutes of maintenance can transform your knives into precision cutting tools. Learn more about the products used in this video here: Professional Kitchen Knife Sharpener - 🤍 Ceramic Honing Rod - 🤍

What A Pull Through Knife Sharpener ACTUALLY Does To Your Knife | SUPER CLOSE UP


What does a carbide pull through knife sharpener do to your knife edge? Its not pretty, but let's take a super up close look to find out. I do not recommend these types of knife sharpeners due to their inability to sharpen knives properly. In this video I will show you why. Knife sharpener used in this video⬇️ 🤍 Sharpening stone id recommend over the pull through⬇️ (HIGH quality, low price!)⬇️ 🤍 CHEAP Diamond stone⬇️ 🤍 As an Amazon affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases. These are affiliated links. I may earn a commission from purchases made through product links at no additional cost to you. Everything in this video was purchased with my own money. Chapters 00:00 INTRO 00:33 Close up of the sharpener 01:05 Knife I’m using and close up before using pull through sharpener 02:12 Knife after profiling / sharpening on pull through 04:00 A better option 04:31 Close up of better option

Whetstone Sharpening Mistakes that Most Beginners Make


You've picked up your first whetstone, watched 15 different sharpening videos, started sharpening the knife, and have dreams of finally showing that smug paper who's boss, except when you go to slice, it happens again. The paper rips and it feels like your knife is worse off than before. This is a common tale for many beginning freehand sharpeners, so in this video, I'm going to identify 4 sharpening mistakes most beginner's make, and then give you a technique for remedying those. 🌳 Join our Cooking Community ➡ 🤍 EQUIPMENT: 🔪 CHEAP KNIFE used in this video: 🤍 🥌 WHETSTONES used in this video: 🤍 BUDGET WHETSTONES: 🤍 SOURCES: ► An Edge in the Kitchen by Chad Ward: 🤍 ► Sharpie Marker Chart: 🤍 ► Japanese Knife Imports: 🤍 ► Bob Kramer Tips Article: 🤍 ► Connect with me on social: - Instagram: 🤍 - TikTok: 🤍 - Twitter: 🤍 - USEFUL KITCHEN GEAR 🌡Thermapen Thermometer: 🤍 🥌 Budget Whetstone for sharpening: 🤍 🧂 Salt Pig: 🤍 ⚖ Scale: 🤍 🍴 Budget 8-inch Chef's knife: 🤍 🔪 Nicer 8-inch Chef Knife: 🤍 🧲 Magnetic Knife Rack: 🤍 🥘 Cast iron griddle: 🤍 📄 Baking Sheet: 🤍 🛒 Wire Rack: 🤍 🍳 Saucepan: 🤍 🪓 Woodcutting board: 🤍 - MISC. DETAILS Music: Provided by Epidemic Sound Filmed on: Sony a6600 & Sony A6400 w/ Sigma 16mm F1.4 Voice recorded on Zoom H4n with lav mic Edited in: Premiere Pro #Whetstone #KnifeSharpening Affiliate Disclosure: Cook with E is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.

Sharpen Your Kitchen Knife Like A Master Sharpener


By the end of this video my hope is you will be able to go home, get your first set of whetstones, and be able to start your journey in the world of sharpening your own knives. Welcome to sharp boi hours. Thank you to Bernal Cutlery find them here: 🤍 Whetstones used in the video: 🤍 FOLLOW ME: Instagram: 🤍 Tik Tok: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Subreddit: 🤍 - Ingredients you'll need: a knife being tired of having a really sad dull knife that literally can't do anything worth anything at all memes

Knife Sharpening 101 - How to sharpen using a wet stone


I have over 1 million followers on another platform and would love for YouTube to become my main account. I would love to see your support over here too!! If this tutorial would be good as long form content please let me know and I would be honored to create this into a long form video, 10-15 minutes. This knife sharpening tutorial video is the best tutorial video I have to offer. This short and sweet but very informative. I hope this helps get your knives in tip top shape! Thanks!

How to sharpen knives at home


How to Sharpen a Knife with a Whetstone | Kenji's Cooking Show


Hey folks, here's a video showing you my technique for knife sharpening. my buddy Barney stopped by with some of his new knives, which I really enjoy. You can get them here: 🤍 (As always, I don't receive anything from those knife sales, and I never do any kind of paid sponsorships or paid endorsements of any kind.)

HOW TO SHARPEN your knife with the HONE Rolling Knife Sharpener


This video is the definitive guide to sharpening your knive with the Hone rolling knive sharpener. This knife sharpeners comes with 2 diamond plated sharpening discs (400 and 1000) and you can NOW purchase additional discs (200 and 3000 ceramic). A 5th grit is coming soon but with these 4 grits, you can bring anything to double edge razor sharpness as you will see in this video. Knife sharpening is a process and this HONE rolling knife sharpener not only makes the process easy, and isn't impacted if it gets wet. Make sure to check out my other videos you'll see come up in this comprehensive tutorial that you'll be able to refer to when you get started with using your HONE. Hone is available to purchase at 🤍 and use the discount code UKULELEJAYBBQ (I do NOT make any commissions on these sales). - 📱AMAZON STORE WITH ALL MY COOKING ITEMS📌 🤍 I may receive a minuscule commission on any item purchased as part of the Amazon influencer program which does not affect the Amazon price you pay. These are the items I use an love in my culinary adventures. - Don't forget to LIKE AND SUBSCRIBE to my channel. 📱𝗙𝗢𝗟𝗟𝗢𝗪 ME 𝗢𝗡 𝗦𝗢𝗖𝗜𝗔𝗟📌 ➡️Facebook 🔗🤍 ➡️Instagram 🔗🤍 ➡️Tiktok 🔗🤍 If you have a product related to the culinary or bbq world and want a fair and honest deep dive review on your product you can contact me through my website at 🤍 or direct message on Instagram 🤍 Until the next time, SMOKE ON, BABY! CHAPTERS: 00:00 Introduction 01:09 Dulling The Knife 02:13 200 Grit Disc 04:34 Getting the burr 06:19 400 Grit Disc 09:03 1000 & Ceramic Grit Info 10:06 BESS Knife Tester 11:27 1000 Grit Disc 13:09 Cleaning Diamond Discs 15:26 Ceramic Disc, How many times? 17:02 Stropping 18:41 Sharpness Test After HONE #knifesharpener #knifesharpening #knives #sharpener #sharpening

How to Hone your Knife (NOT like Gordon Ramsey) #shorts


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How to hone your Shun cutlery


Over time, your knife edge will roll from one side to the other making your knife feel dull. Honing straightens out that rolled edge without removing any edge material. Before honing, make sure to properly inspect your knife as shown in this video: 🤍

How To Hone Your Knife's Blade


Honing is different from sharpening. You use a honing rod or steel to straighten and re-align your knife's cutting edge. You'll want to do it pretty frequently, and fortunately for you, it's quite easy! We'll show you how. Get a high-quality chef's knife of your own, at a price you'll love: 🤍

HONE Knife Sharpener: Special slot for small knives


We aim to delight our customers through the creation of exceptional products. A stylish way to sharpen knives effortlessly. While traditional sharpening methods require practice, the HONE Knife Sharpener allows anyone to achieve professional sharpness within minutes. Features 20° and 15° sharpening angles separately for big and small knives, and detachable sharpening discs. Simply move the rolling knife sharpener back and forth until the blade is sharp.

How to Sharpen a Knife with a Japanese Master Sharpener


In New York, there is a premier knife company, Korin, that not only sells some of the best knives but has master sharpeners to keep your edges on point. In this video Vincent, one of Korin's master knife sharpeners, will show you how to properly sharpen your knife. Using a whetstone instead of honing steels or pull sharpeners, your blade will last longer and retain its edge better. Vince, in this instructional video, will show you what type of sharpening stone to use and why as well as some tips and tricks to figure out what angles to use for the best results. Subscribe to Munchies here: 🤍 All Munchies videos release a full week early on our site: 🤍 Check out 🤍 for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Foursquare: 🤍 More videos from the VICE network: 🤍

Beginner's Guide to Whetstone Sharpening


► Support my work on Patreon: 🤍 ► Whetstones I use: 🤍 - (Note: this is just the 1000 grit, if you can only get one grit, get this one.) ► Budget Friendly 1000/6000 grit stone: 🤍 ► Cheap Knife sharpened in this video: 🤍 ► Sharpening Book: 🤍 ► Magic Marker Chart: 🤍 Today, I'll be showing all the basics of sharpening a knife on a whetstone. First, we are going to go over the 4 fundamentals of sharpening, which are: 1. The abrasive 2. The sharpening angle 3. The burr & 4. Consistency. Next, I will do an end to end sharpening of a cheap $11 knife, showcasing that you don't need expensive knives to get a screamingly sharp edge. A sharp knife is a happy knife, A sharp knife is a safe knife. Once you enter the world of whetstone sharpening, you'll never want to go back. OTHER CHANNELS WITH GREAT SHARPENING CONTENT - Japenese Knife Imports: 🤍 - Burrfection: 🤍 - MISC. DETAILS All sources used: - An Edge in the Kitchen by Chad Ward - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 Music: Provided by Musicbed Filmed on: Sony a6400 w/ 18-105mm F4 Voice recorded on Rode Video Micro Edited in: Premiere Pro #SharpKnifeHappyKnife Affiliate Disclosure: Cook with E is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Sources Squeamish Intro: (0:00) Importance of sharp knives: (0:34) 4 Fundamentals of Sharpening: (1:27) The Abrasive: (1:50) Sharpening Angle: (3:32) The Burr: (5:15) Consistency: (6:00) Whetstone Sharpening Tutorial: (7:00) EPIC BROLL: (29:40)

Knife Knowledge: How to use Honing Rods. Do you use on Japanese Knives?


It's always a big question, how do you use a honing rod? Can you use one with your Japanese knife? Do you get steel or ceramic? Do you get smooth or one with texture? We answer all of these in this video. This is not a sponsored video. Some of the links below our affiliate links and do give a commission for its purchase. MAC brand Ceramic Knife Sharpener #SR85 🤍 Mercer Culinary Ceramic Rod Knife Honing Steel, 12 Inch 🤍 Professional Knife Steel 🤍 Japanese MAC Knife SRB-104 10-1/2" Black Ceramic Kitchen Honing Rod with Grooves 🤍

How To Align or Hone a Knife


See how easy it is to keep your knives sharp using a honing steel! Keep your blades tuned, maintain your sharp edge with a couple easy steps!

How to Hone a Kitchen Knife


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How to sharpen knives - Jamie Oliver's Home Cooking Skills


Jamie's Home Cooking Skills qualification: How to sharpen knives. Jamie's Home Cooking Skills 🤍jamieshomecookingskills.com

How to Hone Kitchen Knives - How to use a Honing Steel or Ceramic Honing Rod


Honing is the process of maintaining an already sharp edge. This is not a sharpening process as much as it is polishing process of a knifes rough edge. The key with a ceramic rod or steel is a consistent, repeatable, light stroke at about a 20° angle. Some models have guides built in while others don't in which case you can typically use the guard to help create that consistent stroke. The other key to success with honing is frequency. This is a process that if done before every use will make your edge last much longer and therefore not need sharpening as often. Another option and probably the easiest, for honing knives is a hone wheel. The key to success with a hone wheel is light pressure and keeping the knife vertical as you draw the knife through the wheel. Time Codes 0:00 - Intro 1:22 - Honing reasoning 1:42 - Honing tool options 2:15 - Ceramic honing 2:44 - Steel honing 3:09 - Honing wheel 3:32 - Review 3:43 - Smoothie time! 4:13 - Cheers to 2021

HENCKELS: How to Hone a Knife


Are you wondering how to hone your kitchen knife? While it may seem intimidating at first, honing your knives is a lot easier than you think. In this video, Nina goes over the differences between honing and sharpening, how often you should be honing your knife, the best angle for knife honing, and more. Learn how to realign the edge of your blade using a sharpening steel from our Henckels Statement 15-Pc Knife Block Set. Find the Statement 15-Pc Knife Block Set on our site: 🤍

How to Use a Sharpening Stone | Knives


Full Playlist: 🤍 - - Full Playlist: 🤍 - - Watch more What You Need to Know About Knives videos: 🤍 Learn how to use a sharpening stone in this Howcast video with expert Dan Delavan. Hi. My name is Dan Delavan. I am the Owner/Operator of Plaza Cutlery in Costa Mesa, CA. We have a great selection. We also have a website; plazacutlery.com. Today we are going to be talking about knives. A sharpening stone is a stone that has got a coarse side and usually a finer side, and that is going to take and re-shape your edge and get it back down thin enough in order to sharpen it. You are basically taking something that is blunt and thinning it back down. You have to remove all of this extra metal and get it back down to where it is thin enough to cut. Very simply, all a knife is is a very thin piece of steel to split whatever you are cutting. If the knife is obviously thicker, it is like trying to cut something with a chisel; it is not going to happen. There are two stones. There is the India and there is the crystolon. Once you feel them, obviously the difference is coarseness. The one thing about the India stone, it is a harder stone and the brown is the finer side, you have to use oil with it. You cannot use it dry, so therefore it is messy. The coarse stone will cut the metal off quicker but it is going to give you a rougher edge but that way the job gets done quicker, without the oil. It is not as messy. This is just a real simple set up. If you do wood work you can make a little wooden box and rout it out. In this particular case it is just a 2x4, stone traced out, finishing nails tapped down so they are deeper than the stone so when you drop the stone in, if you are at a workbench you can C-clamp it down in place or you can hold on to it. So you are going to start at the heel and you are going to time it so that it goes all the way across. You go from one side to the other. You also want to make sure that your stone, I am not going to use as much pressure as I normally would because I cannot mount it on this showcase, you want to alternate from side to side to keep your bevel centered. Some people will take and do three times on one side and then three times on the other, the problem is that your backhand is never as good as your forehand and you end up cheating and you are going to end up with a blade that is offset. That is going to take it and thin down, you are going to get a thin bevel right on the edge. Once you get that V established, you can go from the coarser side to the finer side. It is the same thing; you want to alternate from one side to the other. Just keep working it until it smooths out. Usually it does not take quite as long on this side because you are just smoothing it out. As you go through the finer stones, if you just choose to do that you are just polishing. The other question is angle; how do I know what angle to use? It is a real simple guide. If you can imagine this was a big cube of butter and you know how it goes bad? You are just going to filet the top of it off. Again, there are people that do it other ways that work for them great. This is a tried, true simple way of doing it.

How to Hone a Knife


Watch more Cooking Equipment videos: 🤍 Honing a knife doesn't sharpen a blade, it straightens it — realigning the edge and maintaining it in between longer and more involved sharpening sessions. Step 1: Position rod Hold the honing rod in front of you, positioned so the tip points diagonally down and away from your body. Tip If you're a little clumsy, you may want to place the end of your honing rod on a flat surface covered with a towel or a cutting board. Step 2: Draw knife against rod Place the end of your knife, also called the heel, along the top of the honing rod nearest to the handle. Draw the knife downward against the honing rod at a 20-degree angle. As you draw the knife toward the bottom, pull the knife back so the point of contact slides from the heel to the tip of the blade. Tip Don't use too much pressure when you pull your knife against the honing rod—you can damage your blade. Step 3: Repeat motion Cross the knife under the honing rod to repeat the same motion on the other side of the blade. Step 4: Follow pattern Hone the blade in the following pattern: 5 times on each side, then 3, then 2, then single strokes alternating between right and left 10 times. Hone your knife this way every time you cook to keep the blade straight and true. Did You Know? The only steel that can sharpen a blade, as opposed to simply straighten it, is diamond steel, which is embedded with industrial diamond particles.

HONE Knife Sharpener


We aim to delight our customers through the creation of exceptional products. A stylish way to sharpen knives effortlessly. While traditional sharpening methods require practice, the HONE Knife Sharpener allows anyone to achieve professional sharpness within minutes. Features 20° and 15° sharpening angles separately for big and small knives, and detachable sharpening discs. Simply move the rolling knife sharpener back and forth until the blade is sharp.

How to Sharpen a Knife (With the Knife Sharpener Used by Pro Butchers) | The Bearded Butchers!


🤍 We use this Victorinox Butcher knife every day in our store 🤍 This is the knife sharpening stone we use in our butcher shop 🤍 More tips on our blog Follow along with 2 master butchers as we show you how a professional uses a knife sharpener. These techniques can be applied by anyone, be it at home with a kitchen knife or a chef's knife in a 5 star restaurant. Seth walks you through the sharpening process, which stones to use when, and the lubricant that he likes to use when he puts knife to stone. The best way to sharpen a knife is revealed in this video. From the very beginning, you can see that Seth's Victorinox is not only razor sharp, but is only a few months old and has been sharpened many, many times. Some things you'll learn in this video: ➡️ How to use a knife sharpener ➡️ How to sharpen kitchen knives ➡️ How to sharpen a knife with a stone ➡️ How to use a professional knife sharpener ➡️ As a bonus, Seth will also show you how to hone a knife with our very own Bearded Butcher honing steel (🤍 🔪 🤍 - Every other Victorinox knife you'd ever want 🧴 🤍 Mineral oil for the sharpening stone lubricant 🧂 🤍 - Don't forget our famous Bearded Butcher Blend seasoning! For all things Bearded Butcher be sure to FOLLOW US on social media 🍖 🤍 🍖 🤍 🍖 🤍 Check out our Amazon shop to find a selection of our Bearded Butchers products and TONs of our recommended products: 🤍 The Bearded Butchers are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. This means that The Bearded Butchers may receive a commission if you click on a link above and make a purchase on Amazon.com. If you click any link in this description and make a purchase on another website, we may receive a commission at no cost to you.

How to Sharpen a Knife on a Whetstone


Full Story: 🤍 In this video, Kenji Lopez-Alt shows you how to use a sharpening stone (also known as a whetstone). This is the best method by far. Not only will it give you the best edge, it also removes the least amount of material. With a fine enough grit, your knife should be able to take hairs off your arm when you've finished. Additionally—and I'm not kidding about the importance of this one—the act of sharpening your knife will help you create a much stronger bond with your blade, and a knife that is treated respectfully will behave much better for its owner. The only problem? It takes a little know-how. That's where we come in. Get yourself some whetstones, follow the instructions, and practice. You won't believe the difference a sharp knife can make in your cooking. You Might Also Like... Fuchsia Dunlop & Sichuan Flavors: Málà (Numbing & Spicy) | Boiled Beef in Fiery Sauce: 🤍 Fuchsia Dunlop & Sichuan Flavors: Fish Fragrant | Braised Eggplant: 🤍 How to Season a Wok: 🤍 Subscribe to Serious Eats! 🤍 Follow Us Elsewhere: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Serious Eats is a leading resource for all things food and drink: meticulously tested recipes that really work; in-depth, science-based explanations of cooking techniques; detailed reviews of cooking equipment; and guides to ingredients, dishes, and cuisines. We bring a democratic yet scientific approach to cooking the best dishes, busting food myths, and delivering strong opinions on what you should eat next, where, when, and why.

How To Hone Wusthof Chef Knives


Honing your Wusthof will to keep your knives sharp for kitchen use. 🤍 It only takes a moment to learn in this tutorial and you will be rewarded with amazingly sharp knives. Founded in 1814, Wusthof has been crafting high-quality, forged cutlery in Solingen, Germany for over 200 years. We are proud to offer one of the world's largest selections of Wusthof, including several exclusive knife lines and sets.

How to Sharpen a Knife in 90 Seconds! Quick, Easy Knife Sharpening Tutorial


Do you want to know how to sharpen a knife in 90 seconds? Use the Work Sharp Benchstone Knife Sharpener 🤍 Let's do this! Using the Benchstone Tribrasive sharpening system we will use the course, medium, and fine diamond and ceramic stone abrasives. Start on the coarse 320 grit diamond plate and draw the knife across the plate keeping a consistent angle, about 20°. Use our angle guides to help you out. Continue working one side of the knife until you raise a burr then repeat that process on the opposite side. Now, move on the the medium 600 grit diamond plate. This time alternate strokes to remove the burr and refine the edge down. Finnish up on the fine ceramic and continue alternating strokes using light pressure. Now your knife should be sharp! Learn more at 🤍worksharptools.com/education Benchstone Product Details - 🤍 #benchstone​ #worksharp​ #tribrasive #pivotresponse #sharpknifefast #sharpmatters #knifesharpening #fastsharp #howtosharpenaknife

Sharpening with a whetstone | How to get started


Thanks to Squarespace for sponsoring this video! Go to Squarespace.com for a free trial, and when you’re ready to launch, go to 🤍 and add code “RAGUSEA" at checkout to save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Thanks to Chef Davis Wells, 🤍wellsharpened on Instagram: 🤍 To get started sharpening chef's knives with stones using the methods demonstrated by Davis here, you will need a medium-grit whetstone (about 1000) for making a new edge, a fine-grit stone (4000-6000) for finishing the edge, and a coarse leveling stone/plate for keeping your other stones flat. The harder the steel of your knife, the finer the grit you want to use for finishing. Davis recommends soaking stones, not splash-n-go stones. He also recommends buying a sink bridge to hold your stones, so you can work over your sink. Here are example products Davis picked. They're just examples, not endorsements. Medium stone: 🤍 Fine stone: 🤍 Diamond plate for leveling: 🤍 Sink bridge: 🤍 Basic 10-step instructions: 1) Soak your stones until they've stopped bubbling. 2) Position your coarse stone on a stable surface (like a damp towel), wet it, and use the leveling plate to re-level the stone and work up some "mud" with which to sharpen. 3) Hold the knife in your dominant hand with the blade facing toward you. The face of the blade should be at a 15-20º angle relative to the surface of the stone, and the length of the blade should be at a 45º angle relative to the length of the stone. Put the fingers of your other hand on the face of the blade and use them to push the edge down into the stone. 4) Work the blade back and forth at an angle that feels like you're shaving little bits of sand off the stone surface. As you push the knife back and forth, slowly draw it perpendicularly across the stone to make sure the whole length of the edge gets sharpened. Re-wet the stone as needed to keep the edge moving smoothly, and wipe the blade clean occasionally. 5) When you can feel a consistent burr across the the whole edge, it's time to sharpen the opposite side. Rotate the handle of the knife in your hand so the edge is now facing away from you, and this time hold the length of the blade at a 90º angle perpendicular to the length of the stone. Do what you did to the first side. 6) Once you feel a burr on the second side, go back to the first side and repeat the process a few times with progressively fewer passes and lighter pressure. Be sure to work both sides of the knife equally, to keep the edge geometry symmetrical. 7) Switch to your fine stone for finishing. Wet it and level it with your leveling plate. 8) Do the basic motions all over again on the finer stone, but use lighter pressure. You're done when you can't feel the burr. 9) Strop both sides of the blade by doing the same motion one-way-only, moving the knife away from the direction of the edge. 10) Clean the knife and test it by cutting a hanging sheet of paper. If the cuts are clean and don't have any tears, that means the whole length of the blade is well sharpened. If you get some tears, that's an indication you have some dull spots or chips.

How to Hone a Knife


Master bladesmith Bob Kramer explains this technique

Why Your Knife Gets Duller When Sharpening


If Your Knife Gets Duller When Sharpening Watch This! How to sharpen a Chefs knife to a pocket knife. I give 3 knife sharpening tips for beginners who are struggling to get a sharp knife. From chefs knives to pocket knives these tips apply to ALL freehand sharpening methods and systems. In this video I show how to maintain an angle while sharpening. As well as talk about a simple trick to find what angle may be on your knife. Stone I Recommend and used in video ⬇️ 🤍 This is by far the easiest stone to learn on. This is an amazon affiliate link I earn from qualifying purchases 00:00 Intro Does your knife get duller when sharpening? 00:12 Sharpening tip 1 02:55 Sharpening tip 2 The rule of thumb! 05:05 Sharpening tip 3 How to find proper sharpening angle SIMPLE 06:01 BONUS sharpening tip! The Marker Trick EXPLAINED with close ups. About⬇️ Hi, Im Alex, im a knife maker and YouTuber, based out of southern Pennsylvania and my youtube channel is Outdoors55. This channel started as an outdoor backpacking channel, but quickly grew into a knife/ knife making channel. Everything I do on my channel is family friendly. I primarily focus on knife / knife making videos but occasionally throw in something different. Thank you for watching!😀 Best all around sharpening stone as of now⬇️ 🤍 Second one you should purchase⬇️ 🤍 Folding knives I recommend Best value for the money⬇️ 🤍 love this knife! Best cheap fixed blade⬇️ 🤍 Camera gear⬇️ Main camera 🤍 Other camera 🤍 Mic🤍 These are amazon affiliate links. FULL DISCLOSURE I earn from qualifying purchases For entertainment only. I am not, and will not be held responsible for anyone re-enacting/ duplicating anything seen in these videos. Do so at your own risk. Do not duplicate anything seen in this video. Unless you are an adult responsible for your own decisions. Thanks All my videos are copyright protected and not for sale.

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