About the Sharpening

Knives will be sharpened by hand with oil stones. Two coarse stones are used to reshape the edge. Two Arkansas stones are used to refine the edge. The knives will be cleaned with alcohol before being carefully wrapped.

Why oil stones?  This is how I sharpen my tools a few days a week!  The steel used in my tools (and my kitchen knives) is prone to rust.  Using oil instead of water makes rust proofing much easier!

Why Arkansas stones?  I’m a sucker for tradition, using natural materials, and buying local.  These Arkansas stones were cut out of mines in Arkansas.

Why by hand?  All my work is done using hand tools only (unplugged).

Knife Sharpening Service

$10 per knife, or per sharp edge.  Drop off your knives and pick them up the same day or next day.

  1. Wrap up your knives.   Fold up each knife into multiple sheets of paper and tape it shut to prevent injury.
  2. Drop off at the shop during store hours.
  3. Start cooking with sharp knives a few hours later.

 

Sharpening service does not include serrated edges (like bread knives) or repairs (broken handles, chips, bends, etc.)

$10.00

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About the Sharpening

Knives will be sharpened by hand with oil stones. Two coarse stones are used to reshape the edge. Two Arkansas stones are used to refine the edge. The knives will be cleaned with alcohol before being carefully wrapped.

Why oil stones?  This is how I sharpen my tools a few days a week!  The steel used in my tools (and my kitchen knives) is prone to rust.  Using oil instead of water makes rust proofing much easier!

Why Arkansas stones?  I’m a sucker for tradition, using natural materials, and buying local.  These Arkansas stones were cut out of mines in Arkansas.

Why by hand?  All my work is done using hand tools only (unplugged).

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