- Dec 18, 2017
- Reaction score
- Boston, MA
In think there we mostly see where your fingers were pressing on the other side.
There’s no way that’s just from finger pressure. They’re low spots. It’s not like some parts are thinned a little more than others… there are barely any scratches on the low spots.
OP: you can get rid of all low spots, but it might essentially mean you regrind the knife. Those Dao Vua knives are not known for consistent grinds. Making it nice and consistent for a few mm behind the edge or so, like @M1k3 was saying, is a good idea. If desired, you can refinish the blade with sandpaper, which will go in and out of the low spots, and then put on an even looking edge bevel with stones.