We are able to offer you the ability to have your knives re-sharpened to near the condition they were when originally purchased.
Send us your old cutlery and we will have them re-sharpened and refurbished.
What To Do: Complete the form with details of what is required and we will return to you with a quotation. You will be advised if the knife is too badly damaged or worn for economical re-sharpening.
See also the Cutlery Repairs section for other services available including polishing, fitting new handles, re-plating, cabinet interior re-laying etc.
Two-Slot (Diamond & Ceramic) Knife Sharpener.
Sharpening Tool for Household Knives & All Types of Kitchen Knives
Widely used for Stainless Steel kitchen knives, fruit knives & chef's knives.£10.95
Firstly, the sharpener is placed on a level surface.
Take hold of the non-slip handle in one hand and the knife in the other hand. Decide to use either the one or two slots according to the degree of bluntness (fine or coarse grinding).
Step One - Coarse Grinding: Used to repair badly damaged blades. Suitable for a blunt knife. Place the knife into the diamond grinding mouth squarely and, with uniform intensity, move it back and forth. Repeat this step 3-5 times. Knife grinding will produce a sharp blade, usable for six months' general use.
Step Two - Fine Grinding: This is a necessary step to eliminate burrs on the knife-edge, the blade is polished to a smooth, bright finish.
Under normal circumstances, if used regularly, it is recommended that knives are sharpened once a week to keep the blade sharp.
Tool Wear - Wipe with a damp cloth or rinse with water, then wipe dry.