Welcome to Mr. Sharp!

Let's get it clear,
shall we?
Too many times I heard that sharp knives are more dangerous than used knives. It's time to clear this up for all of us.
I grew up around sharp knives and scissors. So, when someone tells me that it is a "sharp object", it gets me curious rather than worried. What if I can prove to you that a sharp knife is safer to use instead of a dull one? Do I say nonsense? Let's find out.

A knife is a fundamental tool in the kitchen. If you have dull knives, you can compare them to square wheels on your car. Technically you still can drive it, but you get a rough and quite dangerous ride. Why are dull knives dangerous?
To understand why a professional knife sharpening service is foremost, we need to understand the potential danger that a dull knife can cause when used:

  • A dull knife takes longer to cut through food

  • It can slip off and harm the person that uses it

  • It leaves rough edges on food, which spoils aesthetic

Do you think you want to be a part of it? It is up to you. To avoid the negative experience, I can suggest you read the full article. I can assure you that a sharp knife has proven its value. The travel path of a sharp knife is way more predictable than a dull knife. Another upside is that you don't need to press hard to cut through, letting the knife do the work. Using sharp knives will save you time and make the kitchen experience better and more fun!
There is no defective knife or a tool that does not have to get sharpened. Sharpening is a part of the life cycle of any tool! The same way as taking a shower every other morning is for us. Even ceramic blades need to be tuned from time to time to ensure proper cutting. While not as popular, ceramic knives are known for withholding a sharp edge longer than traditional metal knives. Be aware that when shopping for ceramic knives, you may have difficulty finding a sharpening service that can set them up correctly when they need to be sharpened. You can read more about Knife Bevels in the article.

Straight razor sharpening process
Look at the metal flakes reflect the light from the lamp
Mr. Sharp is the knife sharpening service that will make a difference in your kitchen life. We are the first professional knife sharpening service in Massachusetts, as we use whetstones for all straight blade knives. To get your knives and tools sharp has never been easier!


Once you send the form here, wait for a text message to arrange an appointment. We will sharpen your knives and tools in 24 hours, and send them back to you. During the 24 hours, our professionals will take care of the order in the best way possible. Each item has a particular bevel angle that works the best with it. All straight blade knives have an option to get sharpened on a set of whetstones starting at 3000 grit and up to 6000 grit after they are sharpened on an electric grinder. All tools will be filed and prepared for the long hours at your kitchen or workshop. If you want to learn more about the knife sharpening process, read the Whetstone sharpening article.

The total price is calculated according to the number of items you bring. The more items you bring, the lower the price per item will be. We always try to stay within the average market value of our services, but we strive to give our customers more! On average, our customers spend about $68 per visit on knife and tool sharpening. We are happy with this result and are working to bring this number down. During the rise of Covid-19, we were able to reduce our costs by 12% as we streamlined our business processes and changed the way we operate. Winning the trust of customers is the main goal of the company, and we will continue to do so.
As always, thank you for choosing Mr. Sharp!