Professional sharpening service in Montreal for your knives, scissors, tools, and other sharp objects. We also offer repair, modification, and rust removal services. We can even create custom knives according to your specifications.

By appointment only! It is necessary to contact us and make an appointment before coming in person to the workshop.

We do the sharpening right away

Our expertise allows us to work fast and efficiently to do your requested sharpening during your appointment. There is no need to wait for days or weeks before getting your knives, scissors, or tools back if they only need to be sharpened. We can do it while you wait and you can even see the process. It is also a good time to ask our expert questions about your knives, scissors, or tools.

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What else we can do Other Than Sharpening?

  • Fix broken handles or other parts
  • Remove rust and restore
  • Create custom knives
  • Make leather sheaths
  • Restore leather items such as shoes or jackets

Here some of our previous work

Why should I get my knives sharpened?

Who hasn’t experienced the frustration of seeing a tomato crush, while trying to slice it, under the pressure of a knife that is no longer sharp?

The same goes for a beef roast that refuses to be sliced or a pork roast that falls apart into pieces under the pressure of a dull knife. Indeed, there is nothing more frustrating and disheartening than seeing a dish that you spent hours preparing to be tender, look shredded on the plate due to a knife in need of a simple sharpening.

It becomes even more important when it comes to safety because, as we all know, knives or tools that are no longer sharp are far more likely to cause an accident. We tend to use knives or tools improperly or exert too much force, increasing the risk of slipping and losing control. Whether it’s in the workplace or at home, it is advisable to keep sharp cutting tools and knives to reduce the risk of injuries

These are just a few examples that lead us to say that sharpening is a necessary step in maintaining a knife, as well as several other sharp tools.