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    I must have missed this while I was away. Thanks, Dave!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoneyMogul View Post
    I have a knife that has very narrow v type serrations. A square rod will not fit all the way down. Do you know how I could sharpen this knife?
    I would try using a triangular shaped rod.
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    Diamond needle files with water and a light touch should get you there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    I would try using a triangular shaped rod.
    Thanks, I was so excited about being able to do it myself that I panicked and didn't think of that.

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    I heart my sharpened Wusthof 8" serrated and use it every day to put all bread to shame. Wish I could post pics from my phone but it also pwned a good chunk of my middle finger. Anyone have a scalloped Tojiro or similar theyd like to not see anymore?

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    Thank You

    Sharing information like this is why I joined this forum. Got a couple knives just waiting to try, and lots of folks hoping I'll take care of theirs.

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    OOOO! This made me smile. Such determination to sharpen the serrated edges. I'm pretty sure I would have gone mad after a few ends.

    Great write up!

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    I know this is probably some kind of heresy, but :-
    I sharpen my [few] serrated knives by ignoring the serrations and just sharpen like any other knife.
    Of course this does have the ulitimate effect that the serrations eventually disappear. However the knives still seem to sharpen up well in this process.

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    Sounds good to me! In the future just take a Dremel to it!
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    Wow! What a great tutorial. I really impressed. Thanks for share.

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