Sharp Matters

We Want To Hear How Sharp Matters For You

A sharp knife is important. During a hunt, fishing trip, camping adventure, DIY project on the home, or even on the job site, a sharp knife is the solution to easily completing tasks. At Work Sharp, we want to hear more stories about sharp matters.

How does a sharp knife compliment your lifestyle?

Recently a representative from Morakniv reached out to Work Sharp to share that they use the Original Knife & Tool Sharpener for touching-up and maintaining Moraknivs at customer shows. At these events, the knives on display are used repeatably through the day for demonstrations. Work Sharp provides an easy solution for refreshing Moraknivs while not overheating the steel and maintaining precision along the entire length of the blade. As explained by Mora Representative, Chuck Joy, the Moraknives on display go through rigorous use. As the blades begin to dull from such heavy use, Work Sharp upholds the high quality knives while revitalizing the edge.

Morakniv has been in the knife making business since 1891. Mora is a town in Sweden famous for knifemaking since the 17th century. The knife manufacturer produces knives through the combination of high-level human skill and advanced technical precision. The heat treating, hardening, and polishing of Moraknivs is a vital recipe in creating reliable high-carbon and stainless steel blades. The process is a well-kept company secret.

Hearing this story about Morakniv and how Work Sharp plays a role in keeping their product sharp reminds us that sharp matters in a diverse number of industries. The need for a sharp knife to perform everyday tasks is significant. What is your story? Share your stories with us on social media with #sharpmatters #worksharp. Let us know how a sharp knife brought you success on the task at hand.

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One thought on “We Want To Hear How Sharp Matters For You”

  1. I just watched the video on “Tips and Tricks for the Work Sharp” and discovered
    I’ve been sharpening my knives improperly.
    I followed the instructions in the video and- – -WOW !- – – what a difference in my knives.

    Thanks for sending.

    Jeff

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