Can Ceramic Knives Be Sharpened At Home?

This video is less of a how-to and more of and explanatory video on if it is possible to sharpen ceramic knives at home. I discuss what challenges can occur and I let you decide if it’s worth it to you to sharpen a dull ceramic knife or just buy a new one.

Link to the ceramic knife used in the video https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KVD9R0Y/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_THSozbPK0KSYY

Most ceramic knives are made from zirconium oxide. They are very lightweight and harder than most knife steels, which allows for the edge to deteriorate at a much slower rate. If you guys would liike me to do a more in depth video showing exactly how I sharpen ceramic knives once I perfect it, I would be happy to do so.

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Comments

ds Bond says:

I appreciate your video. At 3:46 you said: “After an hour I called it quits”. It still wasn’t very sharp by the paper test. That pretty much scares me away from ceramic knives.

Jeffrey Tindle says:

An hours work for a dull knife! I wouldn’t have bothered mate. Next time you want to cut a brick use a chisel.

BT Shop says:

I hate ceramic knives but the video was cool. I really liked the voice over.

ariel garcia says:

Awesome video, cutting that brick man that hurts lol

Jonny Kys-db says:

It was not that sharp.. It pretty much failed at the newspaper..

Black Beard Projects says:

Nice to know! 🙂 Great voice over brother!

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