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If you want to avoid some of the scratches seen on the sharpened blade (see below), use pieces of tape to cover the side of your knife during the sharpening process. The sharpening stone I'm using is dual grit. The first picture is a side view of the stone. The coarse grit is on the left, and the fine grit is on the right.
  • If you want to avoid some of the scratches seen on the sharpened blade (see below), use pieces of tape to cover the side of your knife during the sharpening process.

  • The sharpening stone I'm using is dual grit. The first picture is a side view of the stone. The coarse grit is on the left, and the fine grit is on the right.

  • During sharpening, you can get better results if you use a bit of oil on the stone. Oil helps keep metal powder and excess grit out of the way of the blade as you push it across the stone. Oil is not strictly required.

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