If your knives aren't as sharp as they were when new, don’t worry - almost any good knife can be bought back to life through being given a proper sharpening.
We’ve got plenty of options in store to do the job, from traditional steels and whetstones to simple-to-use pull though sharpeners. Click to see our range of sharpeners.
If you’re unsure how to use a sharpener, either bring your knife into any of our shops (we’d recommend you sandwich it between a folded piece of thick card, blade side down, and use parcel tape at the top to form a sheath when you’re carrying the knife) - and we’ll show you how to sharpen it, or see our sharpening guide online and knife sharpening video here for a whetstone, here for a steel and here for a pull through or electric sharpener.
There will be times, though, that home sharpening just won’t do the trick. If the blade hasn’t seen a sharpener for years, or has had a mishap and suffered a chip, you’ll need to get it to an expert.
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