Whether you're a passionate home cook, a chef or in the kitchen occasionally, a sharp knife makes your job more enjoyable, efficient and safe. Our knife sharpening service is located at our workshop in Kyneton and we are available to make a booking Tuesday to Saturday. We take great pride in hand sharpening our customer's knives on Japanese water stones to give you a sharp and durable edge. We can also make repairs to put your knife back in top working order and will be introducing sharpening classes in Autumn 2018.

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Knife sharpening rates 

$10.00 / Small to medium kitchen knives, blade length up to 150mm.

$15.00 / Medium to large kitchen knives, blade length from 150 up to 250mm.

$20.00 / Blade lengths above 250mm

$15.00 / Outdoor & hunting knives.

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$10.00 / Minimum fee for tip or edge repair.

$10.00 / Bolster modification on classic European knives.

$10.00 / Spine and heel smoothing to improve comfort.

$10.00 / Thinning behind the edge on older, thicker knives.

 

*Currently not taking single bevel Japanese knives or wide bevel style knives for thinning / sharpening work.

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Bookings

To make a booking please email info@rowsaan.com or call Rowan on 0458 566 588. We are available Tuesday to Saturday and knives are typically available for same day or next day collection (depending on demand) from our home workshop at 21 Jennings St, Kyneton, Vic. 

For restaurants / cafes in Kyneton we can arrange pick up and drop off of your knives. For surrounding towns, a collection and drop off fee starting at $20.00 applies. 

Payment of cash or card on collection.

When to sharpen

How often to sharpen your knives depends on how heavily they're used, how well you maintain the edge between sharpening and the type of knife. Generally knives used at home might need to be sharpened every 3 - 4 months and every 3 - 4 weeks in a commercial setting. We recommend sharpening when your edge maintenance no longer brings the edge back to the level you want.

Edge maintenance

To make the most of your new edge and keep it sharp between sharpening sessions, touch up the edge often and lightly by stropping on a fine stone or leather strop.