Everything from knives, lawnmower blades, hedge trimmers, scissors, axes, and almost everything else with a straight edge.


Knives that have broken or worn out handles, we can replace them with materials supplied by us or by you. If the tip of your knife is broken, we can regrind the blade to follow the original contours as close as possible. We can refinish, polish, and refurbish old knives.

Custom Work

Hunting knives that have been inspired by your own creativity. Machine blades for industry equipment that has been discontinued or looking for an improved alternative. A certain knife design for an assembly line, we can help.


Take care of your knives and they will take care of you!

1. Do not put your knives in the dishwasher. Corrosive dish detergents can stain, chip, and even rust good quality knives. Some steels may be okay but hand washing is what we recommend. The heat may damage wooden handles and the edges may bang against other cutlery or plates as well.

2. Keep your knives as sharp as you can. I’m sure you have heard that a dull knife is more dangerous than a sharp one. Dull knives make for more work, harder to cut things, and they may slip, ending up cutting you.

3. For a cutting board, do not use glass, ceramic, marble or other hard surfaces, they will cause the edge to roll or chip. Use wooden or composite plastic cutting boards only. Your knives will stay sharp longer .

4. When not in use, keep your knives clean and dry. A quick rinse and wipe dry is necessary before putting it away.

5. We don’t recommend storing your knives loose in a drawer, use edge guards if you have to. Use a block, magnetic strip, or slotted hanger, anything that separates the knives and protects their sharp edges for many years of cutting.  Scabbards help if you use your knives as a profession, you keep your tools in a tool belt, a knife is no different.