Professional mobile sharpening service, based in Brancaster, Norfolk
Knives sharpened using traditional methods and technology developed by the Cutlery and Allied Trades Research Association (CATRA). We are able to sharpen all makes of knives including Global, Sabatier, Wustholf, Victorinox, Henckels, Shun and many, many more.
We are able to sharpen all types of knives including kitchen, commercial, butchery, filleting, boning and cleaver blades. We can bring old, neglected, misused and abused knives "back from the dead" where necessary.
We can re-tip and re-shape damaged and chipped blades (within reason!).
Scissors, garden shears, loppers and secateurs sharpened using the industry standard patented 'Twice as Sharp' system imported from the USA.
Specialist scissors are sharpened using "Ookami Gold" grinding wheels to provide the maximum level of sharpness whilst ensuring the correct cutting angle is maintained.
Garden tools are probably the most neglected of tools but keeping them razor sharp is key to efficient and safe working. Blunt tools take more effort to use, and worse, can tear at branches and grass rather than cutting cleanly, resulting in snags and ragged edges that invite rot and other infections.
Chisels, axes, plane blades and other tools sharpened on a slow-turning Tormek electric wet stone, passing through a water bath ensuring a perfectly sharp and accurate angle every time.
We come to you in our fully kitted out van. All sharpening takes place on your premises - no need for you to supply power or water.
Serving domestic and commercial customers in North Norfolk and beyond, including (but not limited to) Kings Lynn, Cambridge, Norwich, Cromer, Sheringham, Swaffham,Thetford and all towns and villages in the surrounding areas.
Farmers markets we attend
- Creake Abbey - the first Saturday of every month
- Alexandra Palace - the third Sunday of every month
More to follow shortly.
Don't replace, resharpen. Our aim is to ensure that your knives, scissors and tools are at the cutting edge of sharpness!
A sharp knife is a safe knife.