Cost to thin?

Chris Meikrantz (cjmeik) lives in Augusta, GA and does Knife Improvements - Specializing in kitchen cutlery, using traditional techniques.

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Cost to thin?

Post by Delphonic »

Forgive me if This is the wrong place to ask, but I’m wondering roughly what Chris charges for thinning/re-grinding an edge?

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Just shoot him a private message.

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Post by lsboogy »

Depends on how much thinning and regrind you want. $60-$90 will probably cover most knives for thinning. One of the best things you can do with a knife is let Chris at it

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Post by Bensbites »

Chris is pretty slammed with life these days. Try emailing him makeitsharper at gmail.

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