I've been neglecting my Blog recently, just very busy but I'll try to get more input made, assuming there are people actually reading my Blog
|Sharpening at the Church Brewing Co. in Wolfville.|
One thing I always, and I mean without fail, make sure that any knife I work on is as sharp as I can possibly get it on the very first stone and if I start at 120 grit, I will do the same with the next stone which may be a 500 or 800 grit. The key for me is to allow my patience and any skill that I have to get that edge nice and sharp, easily slicing telephone book paper and if it is carbon, cutting arm hair.
One of the tips that I have is something that I have talked about many times. The light trick but I have improved it a little.
Thats all I have for now but if there are any questions please fire away. I will be back in a week or so with new material.
(Sunset in Florida a couple of weeks ago)