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How sharp does a knife really need to be 

Chances are you don't need to be able to shave with your kitchen knives. But it is nice to be able to slice a tomato ... [more]



How our sharpening service works

We make this process as easy as possible for you. We work from our homes. So yeah, you can come by here. Or we can go by there. Or meet you somewhere. Whatever's convenient.

Turn around is usually about two days, but we can usually rush your order if needed. Want to get started? We're ready!


How to sharpen like a Ninja

I hope that Ninja nerd chef dude nailed that apple! And not his elbow. We're not recommending this as a test of ... [more]


How we get your knives so sharp

There's no great secret to getting a good sharp edge. You find the right angle for the bevel, and create a smooth even ... [more]


Yes we sharpen ~most~ scissors

Scissors Sharpening info


How to test your knife for sharpness

The best way to test a knife for sharpness is to use it. Almost nobody tells us how sharp we got their knives until ... [more]



Don't try this at home

Yikes. You can find some brilliant ideas for how to sharpen a knife online. This is NOT one of them. If you look at the shape that poor knife is in it makes sense.

There is a better way! Our article on how to sharpen your knife at home will get you started. Or do it the easy way and bring it to us.


Care and sharpening of serrated knives

Serrated knives are great because they bring the best of a saw and a knife into one. They're not so great when it ... [more]


When it's time to get your edge back

Sometimes an edge just needs to be brought back to life. This is caused by use, abuse, or multiple hand sharpenings ... [more]


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Sharpen your whole set and Save  Apr 12, 2016 6:18 pm

Have you got a decent set of knives that could use a little love? Now's a great time to ... [more]



How much does sharpening cost?  Apr 12, 2016 6:18 pm

The price of sharpening varies pretty widely based on size, shape and condition of your edge. Also, the level of sharpness expected for the finished edge.

An average straightforward knife sharpening runs $10-15. If the knife is particularly large or dinged up on the edge it will pasrobably cost $15 or more, especially if it is badly damaged.

Sharpening more knives than one at a time saves money, and sharpening full sets can save even more. Small knives in good condition as part of a set can be sharpened for as low as $5.

Of course we always give you an accurate estimate of what your sharpening is going to cost before we start.

So let's get started.



How to sharpen your knife at home  Apr 12, 2016 6:18 pm

Yes, you really can sharpen your knife on the bottom of a coffee cup. But before you ... [more]



Proper care and handling of your knives  Apr 12, 2016 6:18 pm

The best way to keep a knife sharp is to take care of it. Plain and simple. Most of the ... [more]



How bevel angle affects sharpness & wear  Apr 12, 2016 6:18 pm

The issue of sharpness versus durability is a simple enough at first glance. The ... [more]



Scissors sharpening basics  Apr 12, 2016 6:18 pm

Ahhh ... the handy ceramic stone of the kitchen is back. And yes, you can sharpen your ... [more]