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Our Blade Sharpening Services

Knives sharpening
Knives repair
Fix broken tips and damaged knives

Why is keeping your knives sharpened essential for your safety and efficiency?

It is safer to use a sharp knife than a dull one. A dull knife is more dangerous to use than a sharp one because it requires more force, increasing the likelihood of accidents.

More Efficiency. A dull knife requires more force to cut through the food while a sharp knife cuts more easily and efficiently than a dull one, making the task at hand quicker and easier.

It saves you from frustration. You don't need to exert much force and your work is done in half the time.
- Lasts longer than a dull one. Keeping your knife sharpened and maintained helps maintain its value and extend its life by preventing it from rusting or corroding.
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3 easy steps to a razor-sharp blade

We pick up your knives for you
We sharpen your knives to razor sharp perfection
We return your knives to you

Knife Sharpening Services

  • if you own or operate a Restaurant. You probably need your knives sharpened regularly. If that´s the case then we can help you. Contact us to discuss special pricing.
  • Chefs, If you are a Chef the last thing you want is a dull knife because it has a direct impact on your efficiency and productivity.
  • Home cooks. Experience the difference in your cooking with our professional knife sharpening service.
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How to test if your knives are sharpened or dull?

There are a few ways to check if your knives are sharpened. One is to cut a piece of paper with a knife. If the knife can easily slice through the paper, then it's sharp. Another way to test the sharpness of your knives is to cut a tomato. If the knife can easily slice through the tomato, then it's sharp.

A good sharp knife is a cook's best friend.

It will help you to work with precision, quickly and will make your food look better. A dull knife conspires against you and slows you down,

How often should I get my knives sharpened?

Your knife requires regular sharpening to maintain a sharp edge, making it safer and more efficient for your cooking. We recommend getting your knives sharpened weekly. The longer you wait between sharpenings, the harder it becomes to remove metal from the blade, eventually leaving you with a completely dull knife.

What do we sharpen?

We sharpen from more extravagant and expensive ones to your everyday household knife.

Why our blade sharp service?

  • Exceptional customer service. Our team is committed to your satisfaction and will do whatever it takes to make you happy.
  • Fast turnaround. We can typically have your knives sharpened and ready to go as early as 12 hours after receiving them.
  • Free pick and delivery. We can pick up your knives or you can drop them off at our facility in person.
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How much do you charge to sharpen knives?

We offer two different types of service for our clients:

One-time sharpening services

Our one-time service is perfect for those who need their knives sharpened on a one-off basis. We charge $8/knife and can usually turn around service within 1 business day.

Regular sharpening service

Our regular service is perfect for those who need their knives sharpened weekly or biweekly. You simply send us your knives on Monday and we schedule to have them back to you by Friday. This is by far the most cost-effective option.

If you need your knives to be repaired or sharpened due to wear and tear or damage.

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Blade sharpening services we offer

Besides our famous knife sharpening service we offer the following services:

  • Ceramic knife sharpening
  • Single Bevel knife sharpening
  • Re-serration of serrated knives
  • Worn-out old serrated edges
  • Bent blades
  • Asymmetrical edges sharpening

FAQ

Are cheap knives worth sharpening?

While not all knives are worth the investment of sharpening, many cheap knives can be brought back to life with a little TLC. A sharp knife is a safe knife, and it's always better to have a blade in your kitchen that's functioning properly than one that's collecting dust in a drawer.

What Types of knives do you sharpen?

- Kitchen knives
- chef
- paring
- Bread
- Japanese knives
- Cleavers
- Steak
- filet and boning
- Hunting and fishing
- Pocket knives
- straight razors
- scissors

How often do knives need to be sharpened?

For most knives, sharpening is necessary every week. Some knives may only need to be sharpened monthly or quarterly depending on how often they are used and whether or not they have been being properly maintained in between sharpenings. Many factors affect the frequency of knife-sharpening including:
  • The type of knife
  • How often it's used

Do Japanese kitchen knives need sharpening?

Because Japanese knives are typically constructed of harder steel than other types of knives, they can be more difficult to sharpen. Our skilled professionals have the experience and expertise necessary to get your knives back to their original sharpness.

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