Jennifer wrote:ammonite wrote:On the base, there is a rim that is sticking out rite? Use that rim as you would a sharpening stone. I prefer a knife sharpener if I have to be the one doing it to keep the sharpened edge straight and balanced. I am a bit clumsy and have sliced off many fingernails in the past. It is hard for me to control a knife where the sharpened edge slants (due to uneven sharpening) ever so slightly. My husband likes to use the sharpening stone though.
I hv never sharpened a knife.
Before marriage, there was a man who came shouting "sharpen knife , scissors" in our neighbourhood.
After marriage, mother-in-law is in charge of the kitchen.
When I moved out n started cooking, I got a good knife which is now not sharp anymore.
I saw a stall in Jelita that offers knife sharpening svc, dunno how much.
Is sharpening knife a not easy task?
my mil always take it to the market to have it sharpened.