WELCOME TO BEST EDGE MOBILE SHARPENING
Best Edge Mobile Sharpening, based in Hobart, Tasmania, your mobile sharpening specialist. Best Edge will come to your home, workshop, business or building site to provide you with up to date, state of the art sharpening.
In our modern throw away society, people find it refreshing as well as economical to have their tools and implements re-sharpened. You’ll be impressed by the convenience of us visiting you to sharpen at your home or work, anywhere in Tasmania.
At Best Edge Mobile Sharpening, we will continue to meet each customer’s needs in a friendly, innovative and cost efficient manner.
THINGS WE SHARPEN
Steel Drills – Twist or Taper Shank Drills to 50mm Diameter.
Spade Bits and Wood work Drills.
Masonry Drills – SDS, Ramset, Hilti.
Tin Snips – Gilbow, Wiss, Midwest, Excalibur electric shears.
Wood Chisels and Hand Plane Blades.
Cold Chisels – Jack Hammer Chisels, Picks and Chasers.
Centre Punches – Wad Punches.
Hole Saws – Stanley, Starrett, Blu Mol, Morse, Marvel.
Circular Saws – Tungsten Tipped to 500 mm Dia. (Sharpening only)
Domestic and Dressmaking
Hairdressing Shears ( certain areas, please enquire).
Fishing and Hunting
HOW IT WORKS
Best Edge Mobile Sharpening uses a technology called MIRROR CUT®. This is a wet linishing process that sharpens your implements like no other process can.
Up until the advent of MIRROR CUT®, knife sharpening methods had not kept pace with the major changes in technology that were applicable. The Dry Grinding processes used by most sharpening providers today are the same as they were over 30 years ago. However, modern knives are very susceptible to heat related damage caused by these now outdated methods. Modern Stainless Alloy knives require a totally different approach regards sharpening.
The MIRROR CUT® wet linish process does not produce any heat which means no chipping or cracking. The reduced friction makes for easier cutting and a superior edge with remarkable cutting retention. Knives sharpened with this method suffer less ‘Steeling’, are easier to clean and don’t have to be sharpened as often. Which means a boost to your back pocket!
I know how to sharpen knives. I was taught during the first few weeks of my apprenticeship. But given how convenient and reliable Best Edge’s service is, I couldn’t imagine doing it any other way. I don’t know any chefs or butchers who enjoy spending valuable time sharpening.Nikki Hiscock
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