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Whether for cutting rope, industrial work, skinning, survival, yard work, or any other activity where a sharp edge is likely to come in handy, a sharp knife can make all the difference. Sure, when you buy a knife new, itäó»s going to be sharp. Itäó»s going to work well for a while, but what happens when the blade becomes dull? Quick cuts take longer, you have to use more force to make your cuts, and in some cases, you may as well be using a butter knife!
Maybe youäó»re thinking that you should sharpen your knife yourself. Well, if you havenäó»t done it before, are you sure that you want to risk it? Knife sharpening isnäó»t necessarily as easy as rubbing a knife on a stone. It often involves a variety of sharpening stones with different grades of coarseness, each being used at a different point in the process. All knives arenäó»t created equal, either. Knives arenäó»t constructed with one uniform type of metal, and each type of metal will require a customized approach to ensure that the blade is sharpened to its peak potential.
Sounds like a lot of trouble, right? For only $10.00, you donäó»t have to worry about it. Just send it to DeGuns, our knife sharpening service will handle it for you, and then ship it back.
Just come to our website and start the process. Before you know it, youäó»ll have a blade that is sharpened to äóìlike newäó condition, without the risk of ruining the knife!
If youäó»re local, then use our walk-in knife sharpening services in Lincoln, NE.