Yes. Most home sharpening devices can only damage the blade on a serrated knife. We can sharpen any size serrated blade, even inexpensive ones.
Yes. If you have kitchen shears that came with your knives, we will gladly sharpen those for you. Additionally, we have the proper equipment and knowledge to sharpen barber or hair dresser’s shears, and any “straight edge” sewing or paper cutting shears.
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When you can no longer achieve a fine edge with a few strokes on a ceramic hone or leather strop, it’s time to have the blade restored by the Sharp Shack!
Once the correct bevel has been put on the blade, one or two light strokes on each side of the blade with a ceramic hone will put the blade back to a “razor edge.” (If you don’t have a ceramic hone, an old leather belt works very well for a strop.) We do not recommend any “pull through” sharpening device, or any “diamond” steel. These will damage a perfectly sharpened blade, greatly reducing its life.
Once the correct bevel has been put on the blade, a few strokes on each side of the blade with a sharpening steel or a leather strop will put the blade back to a “razor edge.” (An old leather belt works very well for a strop.)
Most home cooks find that a two or three times yearly sharpening is sufficient to maintain a fine edge on good quality knives. Lower quality knives or knives that get unusually heavy use may require more frequent sharpening.
Yes, we can. We have the expertise to put an unbelievably precise edge on high quality knives. Money back guarantee.
We have found that it all averages out. Most people send in a mixture of small and large knives, and it is so much simpler this way than charging $3.50 for a 4” knife and $7.00 for a 10” knife. No measuring, no calculating, all you have to do is add up how many knives you have. (If you have specialty knives, custom sporting knives, etc., call or email for pricing.)