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Category Archives: Knife Maintenance
Whether you’ve found an old knife in one of your old toolboxes or accidentally left your favorite knife outside in the rain, chances are you have encountered a nasty case of rust. Many old timers considered rust the sign of a knife’s quality, but a rusted knife is also dangerous, useless and downright ugly. Over [...]
Got a dull knife, sharpen it with a whetstone A dull knife is not only ineffective, but it can also be dangerous. If your knife is dull, you’ll have to use more pressure to cut, increasing the risk of slippage and injury. There are numerous ways to sharpen a knife, including fancy, high-tech sharpeners, but [...]
Last week, in one of Martha Stewart’s Q&A articles at Cincinnati.com, a reader raised an important aspect in maintaining knives: what material the blade is made out of. Whereas most modern kitchen knives are created out of stainless steel, the blades of many older models are other materials, such as carbon steel.The problem with carbon [...]