This service guarantees to make your knives sharper than the day you bought them

Keeping your social distance by cooking at home? Then you need a set of razor-sharp knives that can help you get the job done.

Why? Because, frankly, sharp knives work better. If you have ever tried to dice delicate ingredients, like fresh tomatoes or herbs, while using a dull knife, then you know that the finished result ends up looking more crushed than cleanly cut. Not only this, but slicing and dicing with a dull knife will set you up for injury, as you will have less control over the tool and more of a chance for slippage.

Unfortunately, even if you spend an arm and a leg on a set of durable, ultra-sharp knives, there is no way to avoid the dulling process that occurs through frequent use. Since you can’t, however, exchange your knives for new ones every time this happens, try a professional sharpening. Knife Aid set out to create a viable solution that’s perfect for times like these: an online service that brings your used knives back to life (and then some!)

Here’s how it works:

Once you purchase this Knife Aid service for five knives, you will soon receive a secure Knife Aid envelope designed to hold the knives you wish to sharpen. All you have to do is fill the envelope and place it in your mailbox for next-day pickup. Soon thereafter, an expert knifesmith will renew the edges of your blades—you can expect to receive them back even sharper than the day you bought them!

At Knife Aid, they treat knife sharpening as an ancient art form—not just as a necessary kitchen chore. Through their unique combination of traditional craftsmanship and advanced sharpening technology, you will be left with knives unlike any other.

You can sign up for the Knife Aid Online Sharpening Service and receive five of your knives back sharper than ever for only $64.99.

New York Post

Source: Newzandar.com

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