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My mom recently found some old cleavers (6!!) laying around at home. Two of them appear to be of a "flat" grind(??). And a third one is possibly flat, it's just kind of hard to see. Thought I'd post some pics here and see if I could get some help deciding how I should go about sharpening these. Keep in mind I am new at this. Thanks!! https://plus.google.com/photos/11315442 ... evj_7HEwQE
Post subject: Re: help identifying grind and how to sharpen
These are cleavers for fairly heavy chopping as opposed to veggie cleavers that can be quite thin. Clean them up with some sandpaper to get the rust off of it and then a new clean patina will form with use. The edges can be ground as convex grinds. The steel is fairly soft so it shouldn't be too hard. Consider a 20-25 degree edge on them.
Let me know if that makes sense or else I and others can give you more details. Welcome to the Forum.
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