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  • Chips on knives can occur for a multitude of reasons (like mistreating your knife or slicing into something hard). Carbon steel or ceramic knives are the most likely culprits of chipping as these materials can be brittle. If your knife has chips, we will repair the knife by reducing the height of the blade and creating a new cutting edge, we will then reprofile and sharpen the knife as usual.

    There’s nothing worse than a broken knife tip. To recreate a knife tip we grind down the metal from the existing blade and form a new tip. Knives with repaired tips are slightly shorter than their original length.

    We can repair a broken knife tip one of two ways. We can create a new tip by changing the curve of the blade edge entirely or keep the upper edge of the blade intact and redo the curvature of the bottom of the blade. Our knifesmiths will use their experience to decide on the best course of action. If you have a preference just let us know.

    Bent blades and tips can also be repaired (depending on the severity of the bend). If the tip of the blade is extremely bent, we might have to cut a new tip (see 'Broken tips' above).

    Some knife types (i.e. flexible fillet knives) cannot be fixed but most knives can be rescued. Incredibly bent blades may never fully go back to being completely straight, but they will be usable again. Please note that the repair of bent knives and tips may result in slight hammer marks on the blade.

    Knives with bent or twisted segments in the cutting edge are no good to anyone! But don’t worry we can fix them. Bent and twisted edges can be repaired by grounding down the misshapen edge to create a clean, straight edge. As with chip repairs, please note that the blade will be reduced in height as a result of the repair.