Video: At the start, the knife looks to be in pretty bad shape. It's spotted and stained and totally rusted. But with a little tender love and care, the steel is shining and sharp and beautiful once again. The high carbon steel used in Japanese chef knives can be susceptible to rust when used with things like fresh fruit, but in this case the rust didn't settle in too deeply on the steel.
Watch A Rusty Knife Get Cleaned And Sharpened To Reveal A Beautifully Shiny Blade
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