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See what sharp looks like.
In this video Bob shows you several
simple ways to tell if your cutlery
is sharp or not, and then he dulls
a knife to demonstrate what poor
performance looks and feels like.
Honing Your Knife
Honing or steeling your cutlery
is the first step to take when
you realize a knife is not razor
sharp. Bob demonstrates the
proper professional technique
for using the steel.
Stoning Your Knife
If, after honing your knife, it still
isn't performing up to par you need
to stone your knife. Sharpening
stones remove excess material
from blade edges to create two
surfaces that come together perfectly.
Meet Bob Kramer cutlery. Working with a simple philosophy and an obsessive dedication to excellence.
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