How to Sharpen a Pizza Cutter
If you've ever owned a pizza cutter, you know how quickly it can get dull. The circular shape and wheel-like design makes sharpening a pizza cutter seem more difficult than sharpening a regular knife. But it's really not much different. With a wet stone and a little effort, you can be carving up pizzas again in no time.
Grip the wheel blade so it does not spin. You should wear protective gloves to do this.
Dip the blade in water.
Run the blade against the stone at a 45-degree angle.
Dip the blade in water periodically to keep it wet.
Rotate the blade slightly.
Rub the blade against the stone again. Continue to wet the blade, turn and grind it against the stone until you have sharpened the circumference of the cutter.
- Be careful when handling sharp objects.
For three years, Etch Tabor worked as the technology and online editor at "InsideCounsel" magazine, a national publication for in-house counsel. He currently is a full-time freelance writer, specializing in legal, technology and comedy writing. He graduated in 2004 from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in journalism.
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