I've been doing a lot of reading about asymetric knives and there's one thing that's got me stumped and I can't find any info on this.
Why can't you steel an asymetric knife?
Im assuming people say this because they create asymmetry by sharpening more on one side. Steeling an edge like this would undo the asymmetry ?
However , my asymetric knives have different angles on each side but are sharpened evenly. They are also HRC 60 .
Why can't I steel these with a fine ceramic if I match the asymetric angles with the steel?
Or am I wrong for sharpening the differnt angles evenly and should i be sharpening less on one side? Thus making steeling a bad idea?
Some light shed on this would be appreciated, it's taking a while to wrap my head around it all