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How to use a Knife Sharpener

There are several different types of knife sharpeners that you can use. Below is a list of sharpeners that are commonly used.  If you click on the link of each sharpener it will take you to an article that goes over more detail on how to use each sharpener.            

Just in case you do not have your sharpener on hand you can use these things as sharpeners on the fly. By clicking on the link you will get more detail on how to sharpen your knife with these materials below.

As a general rule of thumb, it is best to remember that a 20-degree angle is good for most knives. If you are sharpening a fillet knife or a boning knife then you would hold the knife at a 15-degree angle and if you have a tactical knife that cuts stronger materials then you would hold it at about a 30-degree angle.

For more detail on what angle to sharpen a knife with you can read the article, "What Angle to Sharpen a Knife" .

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