Shears Clipper Blades Scissors
Knives Small Garden Implements
Member of the American Sharpening Institute
Are your groomers shears, clippers or chunkers getting dull and starting to drag or pull? Could you use a new drive blade? I can help you out! I can sharpen the shears, chunkers and clipper blades, plus, I carry new blade drives! I am trained and certified to sharpen not only shears but clipper blades as well. I have all of the proper equipment on hand to do the job right the first time! My services include taking everything apart, thoroughly cleaning, sharpening, putting it all back together, adjusting tension and testing to make sure everything is working properly and cutting like new again before I return your tools of the trade to you.
Are your beauty/barber shears or scissors getting dull or hard to cut? Are your clipper blades dragging or pulling? I can make them like new again. If you are a beautician, barber or or pet groomer, I am certified to sharpen convex beauty shears and also certified to sharpen and maintain clippers and clipper blades. If you're a seamstress, a crafter or do scrapbooking, I can make them cut like a dream.
One of the best parts of my services, if you need them, I can provide you with excellent quality loaner shears for you to use while I sharpen yours. I know that shears are a very personal thing, and you don't like to be without them for any length of time, and I can understand that. For that reason, I have gone to the expense of purchasing some excellent quality shears for use to use as loaner shears while I sharpen yours, I want you to be 100% satisfied with the service I provide you from the start. That is how I build my business.
Dull Knives? Whether you are a homemaker, a chef, a hunter, a carpenter, a carpet layer, or you use a knife like my wife does, as a pry bar, a good edge on your knife is important. Nobody likes taking out a knife and having it be so dull it is useless. I have found that most people don't even realize what it is like to use knives that are nice and sharp, because they just take sharpening them for granted.
I take that very seriously. Over the last two years, have spent a fair amount of time and money, getting the tools and training that I need to be able to do the job and do it right the first time.
Different blades require different angles, different stones and even tools to put an edge on them. For most knives, I use a slow water cooled stone on a wheel. Ceramic blades need to be done using diamond coated equipment, while other knives require using an oil stone method. Each has its own benefit for the knife in question.
Are your small garden implements getting dull? Working in the yard is hard enough, you don't need to have it be more work than it already is, bring me your loppers, your shovels, hoes, shovels, rose clippers, hatchets, axes and other small garden tools and I'll put a sharp edge on them and cut your weekend work hours in half.