Originally Posted By: reloader326
It's just the opposite, a ragged cut has lots of rough edges to allow clotting agents to stick to. A cut made by a razor sharp blade doesn't have those rough edges. I read an article a long time ago that compared cutting a piece of hose with a razor vs a saw blade and then glueing them back together. I learned it first hand as a kid when I tried to tighten a 4 blade Wasp and my fingers slipped.
Not only that but the sharper blades will cut better and penetrate deeper


I subscribe to this line of thought.
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