A kitchen setting is tough on knives and after a while our favourite knives lose performance and don’t cut as well as they used to. It can be from years of sharpening or that chip you’re not sure how got there. Whatever the case, if you have a knife that doesn’t come out of the roll very often or has even been retired to the bottom tray of the toolbox, it’s time to show it some love.
I freehand sharpen knives on a progression of whetstones from course, medium to fine to establish and refine the cutting edge to a level of performance beyond other methods.
In addition to sharpening I also do blade repairs, modifications and refurbishment to extend the life of kitchen knives. Quality knives have many years of service in them, don’t let a nasty chip or other damage make you think it’s the end of the road for your knife. Sometimes all it takes is a good freehand sharpening. Other times it’s grinding out a chip or a re-profile to change the performance of your blade.
Let me have the privilege of showing you what your knife is capable of.
Knife Sharpening & Repairs Pricing:
Double Bevel $15+
Single Bevel $40
These prices get added to the sharpening cost
Chip Repair $5+
Broken Tip $5+
Blade Thinning $10+
Major Repairs $15+
Please contact me for a free, no obligation quote.