"Ceramic Blade Shaprpening" Anyone ?

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I have just purchased a Ceramic Infinity & notice a nick in the end of the blade, the nick is so small that you can`t hardly see it, But you can feel it when cutting paper or string.

My question is can you sharpen the blade with a Fine Diamond Stone that is supplied in a Lansky Sharpening set ?

If anyone thinks "NOT" please let me know before I give it a try...Just thought I would see if anyone else has tried this & if it could be done before I waste the time to send it to Boker..
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I will except any emails on this question ! thanks guy`s
 

Yes you may do it, but it'll take forever.
I do sharpen my ceramics with a medium diamond hone, X-TRA VERY LOW pressure and it takes a long effort, but it works.
Check the angle with a "magic marker" first and keep that level, it helps.
Happy sharpening
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Cliff Stamp

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A word of caution, you can void the warrenty on some ceramic blades if you sharpen them yourself.

-Cliff
 

Mykl Clark

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Yeah what Cliff said I'd probably just send it back to Boker and say it was deffective.

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