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  • Full Name: Ben
  • Location: Lower Ganges Road across from park drive
  • Phone: 250-538-8957
  • Expires: 27 days, 13 hours

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  • Item listed by: on August 17, 2019

    Item Description:

    Get your garden tools, chainsaws, carbide saw blades, lawnmowers and more sharpened. See price list below.
    I’m in my sharpening shack this week Monday and Tuesday only this week from 10:00am – ‪3:00pm‬. If you cannot drop off your items during these hours call me at ‪250-538-8957‬ and we’ll arrange drop-off.
    Keep in mind, I’m busy! Which means in most cases I an unable to sharpen immediately upon drop off, so expect your item to be ready for pick up within 1-2 business days. There are some exceptions. Always call to enquire if you need a quick turn-around. I sharpen first come first serve.
    PRICE LIST:
    kitchen items:
    Knives $5
    Scissors $7
    Blender/processor blades $7 (pre removed)
    Garden tools:
    Hand pruners $8
    Loppers $8
    Shears $10
    Hoe/shovel $5
    Hedge trimmers (gas, electric) $30-$45
    Lawnmower blade $15 (sharpen & balance)
    Reel mower $25
    Axe/maul $7
    Chainsaw $15
    Chipper knives $10-$20 (extra for badly worn)
    Wood working:
    Carbide saw blades $20-$35 (# teeth & grind)
    Router bit $12 (2 wing) $15 (3 wing)
    Planer/joiner knives $1 per inch
    Carbide planer/joiner knives $2 per inch
    Standard drill bits $5
    Auger bits $7
    Forstner bit $15
    I sharpen many items not listed please enquire…

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