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Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners

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Specifications:


  • Electric Knife Sharpener is made of high quality and durable
  • The Electric Knife Sharpener could keep you safe with its good design
  • Can sharpen your knife with this Electric Knife Sharpener with easy
  • Professional Steel Diamond Sharpener can adapt to all kinds of knife
  • The Kitchen Knife Sharpener is convenient to carry
  • Material: ABS Plastic
  • Voltage: 100-240VAC

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Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners


  • Will be a good helper for your daily life with this Kitchen Knife Sharpener

Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners


  • The Kitchen Knife Sharpener is made of high quality diamond that can be used for long time

Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners


  • You can put your kitchen knife in these gaps and then you can sharpen your knife

Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners


  • This is an electric knife sharpener
  • Plug this electric knife sharpener into socket and then it works

Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners


  • This Kitchen Knife Sharpener is durable with long time use for its good material

Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners


  • This Kitchen Knife Sharpener is portable and it is easy for carry with its good design

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Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners


Usage:


Knife sharpening proceeds in several stages, in order from coarsest (most destructive) to finest (most delicate). These may be referred to either by the effect or by the tool. Naming by effect, the stages are:


  • Sharpening - removing metal to form a new edge. Rough sharpening (using either water stones, oil stones, or medium grits of sandpaper in the scary sharp method of sharpening). Fine sharpening (using the same tools as above, but in finer grits)
  • Straightening - straightening the existing metal on the blade, but not removing significant quantities of metal
  • Polishing (also called stropping)- giving a mirror finish, but not significantly altering the edge. Polishing may also be achieved by buffing a blade: instead of moving the knife against a flat leather strop loaded with fine abrasive, the knife is held still and a powered circular cloth wheel is moved against the knife

The Best Way to Sharpen Kitchen Knives:

Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners


When it comes to sharpening kitchen knives, there are many options. For a high end blade, such as those from Henckel or Global that can cost upwards of $100 a knife, your best bet is probably to take the knife to a professional knife sharpener every 3 to 6 months and use a honing steel before every few cutting tasks

Whetstones:


  • Whetstones, also called sharpening stones, can be used to sharpen any metal edge. Whetstones come in varying shapes and sizes, but are most often flat for use with kitchen knives. Whetstones are sometimes used with oil and come in different grades according to how fine the grit is. The finer the grit, the sharper the edge that the stone will produce. Finer whetstones takes off less with each stroke, though, and take longer to complete a sharpening task. For this reason, multiple grades are often used in the sharpening process. Over time, the whetstone will wear down and will have to be stripped to expose new material

Japanese Waterstones:


  • Japanese waterstones are in many ways similar to whetstones, but are both superior and more expensive. Waterstones consist of a softer material than whetstones. This is good because new material is constantly being exposed. In addition, there is no need for oil. As the name implies, waterstones are made to be used with water. The combination of the waterstone material being taken off by the blade and the water forms a slurry which further sharpens the blade. Waterstones come in different grits like whetstones do. Unless there is damage to the blade or a resurfacing is necessary, it is best to start with a medium grit and finish with a finer grit

Knife Sharpeners:


  • Knife sharpeners created for beveled edge kitchen knives that have angle guides work well in the kitchen. Choose a model with multiple stages for sharpening. Sharpeners made with diamond edges are the highest quality and make the best edges. Avoid knife sharpeners where the blade can move perpendicular to the sharpener as it is pulled through. This creates an unequal surface that is bad for blades. There are some knife sharpeners that work with serrated knives as well

How to Sharpen Kitchen Knives:


Garfieldal Electric Household Kitchen Knife Sharpeners

One of the most annoying things to encounter when cooking is a blunt knife, and this becomes very evident when you try to slice a tomato or dice an onion. A sharp knife is a chef's best friend and therefore it's helpful if you know how to sharpen kitchen knives.
Home sharpening methods include using a sharpening steel, drawing knives across a flat sharpening stone, or using a commercial knife sharpener


Using a Sharpening Steel:


  • Hold the steel - a metal rod designed for sharpening knives - in one hand
  • With the other hand, hold the knife by its handle
  • 3Place the knife just under the handle of the steel, with the knife handle touching the bottom of the steel handle
  • With the knife at a 10- to 25-degree angle to the steel, hold the steel rod steady and draw the knife blade down the steel
  • Repeat several times until the entire cutting surface of the knife has been drawn across the steel on both sides of the blade

Using a Sharpening Stone:


  • Use a wet or dry sharpening stone
  • Place the stone flat on a stable surface
  • Holding the knife by its handle, put the blade at a 10- to 25-degree angle to the stone
  • Draw the knife toward you and across the stone
  • Repeat process on the other side of the blade

Using a Commercial Knife Sharpener:


  • Review instruction booklet that came with sharpener
  • The process usually involves drawing the knife blade through the mechanism toward you until the knife is sharpened. This method is not recommended for fine knives

Package Included:


  • 1 x Knife Sharpener