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Discussion in 'Cooking Knife Reviews' started by jimyra, Feb 18, 2016.
A question for all you knife experts. How do you sharpen a serrated bread knife? It is a Forschner.
There are rounded stones/slip stones of various curves and shapes that can kind of fit in the grooves between the serrations.
Another solution if you can't find a stone that fits, is using wet-dry sandpaper and for instance a pen, a pencil or anything round that fits the serrations. Wrap the sandpaper around the pencil, sharpen the serrations one by one, enough to create a burr. Then deburr the flat side on a stone.
This is what I use on serrated knives.
If the "scallops" are only on one side of the knife it is much easier. Use that rod, then deburr the 'flat' side on a stone.
You can also use a rat tail file if you can find one small enough
I haven't had to yet. Probably should. I would probably try this guy's technique first
Thanks I'll order one on my next amazon purchase.