- 1 How do You Know Your Bubba Knife is Sharp Enough?
- 2 Steps: How to Sharpen a Bubba Blade
- 3 Specific Time to Sharpen Your Bubba Blade?
Last Updated on September 8, 2021
Do you have a Bubba knife but don’t know how to sharpen a bubba blade in a proper way?
Yes, you are in the right place and some steps behind to solve your problem.
Bubba Blade is one of the best fillet knives in the market for filleting fish. If you are looking for high-quality fish filleting knives then, you can choose Bubba Blade for its best performance.
Bubba Blade is made of a single piece of high carbon stainless steel that makes the blade strong and durable.
The stainless-steel blade provides protection against rust, corrosion, stain, and discoloration of the blade and prolongs the lifetime of the blade.
The razor-sharp edge glides through the fish and meat very smoothly. The blade needs to be properly sharpened to have a razor-sharp edge and to get the feeling of a new knife.
How do You Know Your Bubba Knife is Sharp Enough?
Regular sharpening of the knife helps to maintain the sharp cutting ability of the knife. You can do a simple paper test to know the sharpness of your knife.
If you can cut the paper easily and effortlessly without any tear then, your knife is reasonably sharp. If you cut paper with your dull knife then, the paper will tear and you cannot cut it effortlessly.
Steps: How to Sharpen a Bubba Blade
Knife sharpening is the process of making a knife-sharp by grinding the knife against a hard surface like a steel rod or whetstone. You must sharpen your blade when your blade is still sharp.
Sharpening a dull blade will take more time and strength. Bubba Blade can be sharpened with a steel rod and work sharp tool and knife sharpener.
Sharpening by Steel Rod
The steel rod is made of high-carbon stainless steel. It is coated with Ti-Nitride which provides protection against rust and corrosion.
The steel rod is ideal and has a very sharp tip to sharpen the knife. The non-slip grip handle offers an easy, comfortable, and safe grip even if your hand is wet.
The sheath helps to carry the steel rod easily and safely. The safety guard provides protection of the rod while using it.
- Step 1: Angle has to be correct and smooth.
- Step 2: Hold the sharpening steel rod at a 45-degree angle.
- Step 3: Hold the Bubba Blade at a 22-degree angle.
- Step 4: Grind the blade from the bottom to the tip of the blade.
- Step 5: Gently rub on both sides.
- Step 6: At first grind the blade on one side, then on the other side.
- Step 7: Keep the same angle on both sides.
- Step 8: Apply even pressure. Do not apply much pressure.
- Step 9: Do not grind your blade so fast.
- Step 10: Repeat several times.
Wash your blade with mild soap by hand after sharpening it.
Best Steel Rod for Sharpening Bubba Blade
Using Work Sharp Knife and Tool Sharpener (Another Process)
Work Sharp Knife and Tool Sharpener sharpens a variety of kitchen knives, outdoor knives, and various gardening tools and other tools quickly, easily, and repeatedly. It features abrasive belts to sharpen the knife smoothly.
Abrasive belts won’t cause any harm to the steel during sharpening. The outdoor knife has a 50-degree sharpening angle. It creates the sharpest blades and is easily replaceable.
You can sharp your blade easily when you need to sharpen your blade. Clean your blade by handwashing with mild soap after sharpening.
Work Sharp Knife and Tool Sharpener
Specific Time to Sharpen Your Bubba Blade?
You must sharpen your blade to get the feelings of a new blade. A sharp blade helps to make even slices more smoothly than a blunt knife.
We will recommend you sharpen your blade when you feel that the sharpness of your blade has decreased. The sharpening of your blade depends on the use of the blade.
It is better to sharpen your blade once or twice a week. Too much sharpening is not good for the blade. Proper care must be taken to prolong the lifetime of the blade. The blade needs to be sharpened with proper care.
The Bubba Blade is made of stainless steel so that the knife will hold the edge for a long time. The thinner the edge, the sharper the knife is.
You cannot work smoothly or nicely with a blunt blade. You cannot make even a slice of fish and you might also get hurt.
Sharpening the blade will keep the blade smooth and the edge super sharp. The best angle of sharpening is between a 20 to 25-degree angle.
Sharpening steel rod and Work Sharp knife and tool sharpener will help you to keep the edge sharp and also help you to maintain the blade easily.