What is ‘REK LLC’? Chances are you may be wondering what the initials above are, the ones we use when shipping to and from our business. ‘REK LLC’ stands for ‘Razor Edge Knives LLC’ but we abbreviate it for simplicity’s Continue reading REK LLC
Glad you asked 🙂 I have posted this elsewhere but having it on my site will be very beneficial I do believe. So I wanted to clear up some confusion that I think has taken place in different areas of Continue reading What is a regrind and how does it help my knife?
I have questions about this from time to time so I figured I would address it here. Here are the benefits of choosing the premium Wicked Edge sharpening service option: Less metal removal. Powered equipment will always remove more metal, no Continue reading What’s the difference between the Wicked Edge and basic machine sharpening?
So I came across this blog done by Todd Simpson which has EXCELLENT photography of knife edges. I asked Todd and he did not mind if I post some photographs here, so here they are! Following the bevel set Continue reading Coarse apexed vs. Fine apexed edge
Again, this information is given by Chad Ward, a knife sharpening expert. This information will also be explained to you in person upon completion of your knives. Why Edges Wear The ability of a knife to hold an edge is Continue reading Steeling your knife – explained
So you have some kitchen knives you want to send off and get sharpened… Well this article should interest you! Before you have your knives sharpened by someone local or even online, see if you can determine the amount of Continue reading Restoring Factory Blade Geometry
Everyone should at least know some basics on maintaining their knives… whether its their kitchen knives or hunting knives, the rules are the same. The first point is HUGE, don’t miss it. If you are cutting on a class cutting Continue reading General Knife Maintenance Tips
Below is an article by a sharpening expert, Joe Talmadge. In my own findings, a highly polished edge is not only not needed very much, in most cases it actually hinders the cutting ability of the blade. High polish is Continue reading Polished Vs. Toothy Edge?