In order to make a blade as sharp as it can possibly get, Murray performs a comprehensive four-step refurbishment process to your blade. First, he straightens the blade as most blades are warped to some degree. Second, he re-grinds the secondary edge for vastly improved cutting geometry. Third, he polishes the secondary edge for friction reduction and ease of maintenance, and Forth, he re-establishes the primary edge (cutting edge) and then hand-hones it on super-fine Japanese waterstones.
In order to experience the “Scary Sharp” Carter Cutlery edge, carefully box and ship your knife to us for hand sharpening. The cost is $30 for the first knife, and $25 for additional knives. Murray looks forward to the opportunity to share his hard-earned skills with you and believes the experience of receiving your better-than-new knife can be the start of a relationship that will last a lifetime.
Send your safely packed knives to:
103A Moser Ave
Council, ID, 83612
Our typical turn around time is one week.
A note to international customers: DO NOT write kitchen knife on the product description or there may be a brokerage fee applied by customs. A simple “knife sharpening and/or refurbishing” will do.
*Some knives may cost more to sharpen depending on length and time necessary to create the proper edge geometry or to fix damage. We no longer sharpen straight razors of any kind.
*Sending knives to Carter Cutlery for sharpening implies you agree to Murray’s best judgement on how your knife can be refurbished for better overall performance, which often results in cosmetic changes to the appearance.
*Cloth towels, shop towels, or paper towels used in wrapping the knife during shipping may be discarded as we have our own method of protecting the knives when shipping back to you.