Try yellow pages, classified, etc.
Also, try local lumber yards (not big box). Star Lumber, in Wichita,
used a lady from McPherson KS that did excellent work at a reasonable
price. You dropped them off at the service desk and picked them up
about a week later. She was a full-service sharpener who did blade
repairs, cleaning, scissors, etc. I cannot imagine Star made much
money - just a customer service.
But my advice, from experience, is do not give anyone a pile of
sharpening until you let them do one or two items. Some of them can
mess up perfectly good blades.
You say "used/did", Ron, instead of "uses/does"...does that mean quit?
Could possibly be somewhat handier here instead of the guy in Tulsa been
sending stuff to as do get to Wichita on occasion...was just in there
last week quickly when went up to the Region 6 juco tourney finals in
Koch...(unfortunately we came in second :( :) )
No. Just means we moved a few years ago and don't use her anymore. I
suspect she still does it, but it has been three years.
We found a guy in SE Kansas who does an excellent job and he was
advertised in local newspaper services ad. Turns out he is related.
Might also add Hardware Stores. A local (SE Kansas) ACE provides
several services via outside service providers.
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