Garden Tool Sharpening

Shovel Sharpening Service

Garden Tool Sharpening Provided by Terry at Super Sharp Shop in Semmes, Alabama. Call 251-583-5955

It is a good idea to keep your digging tools sharp because you’ll get more work done in less time and with less effort. Sharpening is easy. All you need is a pair of leather gloves, a 12-inch mill bastard file, and a vise.

Secure the tool in the vise by its handle—dish-side up, in the case of shovels and posthole diggers, and blade pointing straight up for hoes.

Hold the file against the original bevel on the cutting edge. If there’s no bevel, tilt the file 45 degrees off the tool’s face. Push the file straight toward the handle in even strokes. Sharpen only on the push motion of the file; not the return pull.

Check for a small burr on the sharpened edge. Remove the burr, which forms as you file the metal. A couple of strokes is all you need.

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Published: September 20, 2018

Where To Get Garden Tools Sharpened

Garden Tool Sharpening Near You

Are you looking for garden tool sharpening near by? Maybe you just need to know how to sharpen garden shears or how to sharpen garden edging shears. Terry offers garden tool sharpening service near you. Located in Semmes, Alabama, customers from all of Mobile County and Baldwin County drop off garden tools for sharpening.

Have you ever thought about sharpening your shovel? A sharpened shovel makes digging so much easier. After digging through tree roots and rocks in the past, your shovel is bound to have a  dull edge.

Secure your shovel in a vice and file from each side toward the center point of the shovel head. The bevel edge for most shovels is about 45 degrees, so tilt your file at that angle to restore the edge.

Garden Tool Sharpening Service Near You

Garden Tool Sharpening Service Near You

 

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Published: September 19, 2018