4 Knife Sharpening Hacks

Most bug out bags have a knife, many do not have a whetstone or knife sharpening tool.  There are several easy hacks that might surprise you.  These knife sharpening hacks will put a cutting edge a pocket knife, machete, or a kitchen knife with items you’d find in or around your home.  To see the full articles click on the pictures and links below.    

4 Knife Sharpening Hacks

1.  Use a Car Window

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2.  Use a Dish from the Kitchen

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3.  Upcycle an Old Leather Belt

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4. DIY Knife Sharpening with a Rock

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Bargain Hunting – Get Your Kitchen Knives Sharpened For FREE! 

Grocery stores like Nob Hill, Raley’s, and Bel Air markets offer free “kitchen knife” sharpening.  Pick up safety holders in their meat department, bring back up to 3 of your knives, your sharpened knives will be ready in about 24 hours for FREE.  Some craft stores will offer free scissor sharpening periodically.

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