How To Sharpen Wusthof Knives

31 Jan
How To Sharpen Wusthof Knives

How To Sharpen Wusthof Knives

Wusthof, established since 1814, is a world renowned manufacturer of precision forged cutlery. The Wusthof name is synonymous with the tradition of quality. With over 200 styles to choose from, all Wusthof knives are professionally forged through a special manufacturing process for chefs, cooks, and everyday people. Adding a Wusthof knife or knife set to your kitchen is an absolute necessity for anyone wanting the best of the best. Wusthof knives are all made of high carbon steel and are guaranteed to cut sharp like a razor. There is no comparison to Wusthof when it comes to expert cutlery.To keep your Wusthof Knife Set razor sharp for cooking, use Wusthof Sharpening Steels. These steel sharpeners keep your cutlery’s performance at an optimal level and help them retain their initial cutting ability. Wusthof has a great selection of sharpening steels that will cater to all your sharpening needs.

How To Sharpen Wusthof Knives

How To Sharpen Wusthof Knives

The 10″ Wusthof Sharpening Steel is made of 10″ high carbon, stainless steel. It features a lifetime warranty and is easy to use with a handle that’s slip resistant. Also, this steel is easy to clean as you can simply hand wash it on your own. The Wusthof Diamond Sharpening Steel is also a good choice as it is coated with thousands of industrial diamonds. Diamonds are harder than steel so they will shave fine edges off of knives in little or no time.

Sharpening is fun and easy with Wusthof. Simply hold the steel in one hand and the knife in your other hand. Point the blade of the knife against the steel and move the knife blade along the steel starting with the back. Now pull the blade up and down against the steel. Do this repeatedly on either side of the blade and your knives will be as good as new.

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