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Bring your knife to the next level with our premium knife sharpening service, performed by the master sharpener, Zach Peters. With over 18 years of experience in hand sharpening knives using water-based Japanese whetstones, Zach guarantees you will be extremely satisfied with his exceptional edge.
Most knives do not arrive at their full potential right out of the box. Our sharpening service ensures that your knives perform at their absolute best, leaving you amazed at just how sharp a knife can be. Every blade is unique, and Zach's freehand sharpening technique allows him to bring out each knife's true potential, offering you a truly special experience.
We are confident that most knives can benefit from Zach's sharpening expertise. However, if we determine that your knife is already at its best, we will promptly contact you and issue a refund for the sharpening service.
To order, simply add this service once per knife or specify which knives in your order you would like to have sharpened. Get ready to experience the outstanding difference of a Zach Peters edge on your knives.
Zach did some touch-up sharpening for my Kyohei Shindo Nakiri, and it's the sharpest knife I've ever used in the kitchen. This knife literally glides through food. If you're looking for the Japanese laser knife experience, Zach is your guy.
I asked to have my new low-to-mid-priced 240mm kiritsuke from tokushuknife.com sharpened by Zach. After using it for a week or so, we tested it on a BESS tester with 5-gram resolution. Checking all along the edge, it scored the exact same (75) at about a dozen different spots. That is a sharper and more uniform edge than I've gotten on knives costing a bunch more from other sources, including one that was talked up by the vendor as having been personally sharpened. I was so impressed that I am about to purchase a couple more knives with sharpening by Zach and send several older ones to him so he can work his magic. Very happy customer!
Best sharpening I’ve ever received! My new knives felt like they could split atoms