Two Method of Choice
- Starting at only 10$ per knife -
Traditional Japanese Whetstone
Completely done by hand using multiple whetstones imported from Japan, compounds, strops and a lot of elbow grease. Unlike popular sharpening services that use grinding machines that quickly remove unnecessary amounts of metal, add heat and stress on the blade.
Skilled Quality Work
Focused on kitchen knives, fishing knives, hunting knives and pocket knives to offer you the best finish. Don't hire a jack-of-all trades... Knife are fabricated from various steels and shapes that each react differently - proper knife sharpening requires key skills to be mastered.
Completed within 24-48 hours, we ensure to bring back the sharp and polished edge you always loved on your knife. We guarantee the best results via a BESS Certified Scale and you only pay for our services once your knives are sharpened to your satisfaction.
We can offer more for less than the competition with our up to date hardware and finishing products. With multiple abrasives to suite your blade and steel type we ensure you get the best bang for your buck!
Fast & Latest Technology
Your knives are typically sharpened within an hour. With the latest HRC testing and sharpening machines, we use the right sharpening material to ensure that there are no sparks during the process and avoid excessive heat.
A blade can speak and we listen! Pro's to traditional Japanese whetstone sharpening we have an advantage with the machine sharpening services offered; we know what to look for, when to stop and and how to handle your blades to give you the best results.
Do you have any questions?
How much does it cost to sharpen my knives?
Our wet-machine sharpening starts at 10$ per knife and our traditional Japanese Whetstone sharpening which includes polishing and stropping starts at 15$ per knife.
Can I wait for my knives during the sharpening?
Typically we prefer that your knives are left with us for a few hours to ensure they are done properly. Since we are a storefront, we have walk-in clients which could delay the sharpening if you are waiting.
What is the difference between machine and hand sharpening?
Machine sharpening typically takes less than 10 minutes per knife and removes more metal from the edge than the traditional hand-sharpening. Our hand-sharpening also includes additional blade polishing whichi is highly recommended for knives made from hard steel such as Japanese knives.
How should I bring my knives to you?
While bringing them here dull is usually the easiest part, bringing them crisp sharp back home can pose risks. We recommend that you wrap the blades in a towel and put them in a box. If needed, we also sell some blade guards and cases in store.
Is it hard to sharpen my knives myself?
Sharpening isn't hard per say, but it requires a lot of patience and practice in order to be mastered. We typically see that a proper hand-sharpening session takes between 30 and 90 minutes all depending on the condition of the blade and experience.
Do you sharpen more than just knives?
We truly specialize in knives and offer limited sharpening service on a few other products. We do not currently sharpen; industrial tools, saws, drills, scissors. If you have something outside of this list, give us a call to see if we can sharpen it: 819-317-1000.