If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to sharpen a manual cutter, then you’ve come to the right place. A few basic steps can help you get your slicer as sharp as the day you bought it. To start, unplug your Bizerba and remove the blade. Remove the two bolts holding the blade to the cutter and set them aside. Then grab a whetstone or whetstone. Hold the blade with one hand and the sharpening tool in the other. Be sure to set the blade so that the angle between the blade and the tool is at least 20 degrees.
Once you’ve gathered all the tools you’ll need, sharpen the blade. Use the sharpening rod or whetstone to sharpen the blade. While sharpening the blade, hold the unit at an angle of about 20 degrees. Using a clean whetstone will give your sandwich maker the sharp edge it needs to last a long time. Afterwards, use lubricating oil to protect the sharp edge of the cutting blade.
To sharpen a manual cutter, first locate the lock button on the base shaft. This button looks like a plastic button and is located at the bottom left. Once you find the lock button, you can start sharpening the blade. Make sure the stones are in contact with the blades. After doing this, turn off the cutter and let it rest for four seconds. Repeat the process 3 times.