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Posted on How do you know when your blade is dull.

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ShaneA

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#1 posted 09-22-2011 07:34 PM

That is a good question. Keeping the blade clean can help with the resistance issues. Since dulling occurs slowly over time it can be difficult to notice. However, if you have a sharp/clean blade to compare it to, that may give you sort of an instant response. After I sent my wwIIs to forrest for sharpening, the difference was substantial. Now I wonder why I waited so long. Same can be said for planer/jointer knives. But, once you have sharp, you will know dull if that makes sense.


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