Knives

Buying a quality knife is a bit like adopting a pet. That might sound like an impractical comparison, but it’s actually pretty apt. When you adopt a pet, you’re making a commitment to take care of it daily and ensure that it is healthy. You can’t just bring a pet home, toss it in a corner, and expect it to be in great condition without any kind of help or care whatsoever, right? The same is true of your knives. Unfortunately, this kind of expectation is one that is all too common amongst even knife enthusiasts. When you’re serious about investing in a blade that will withstand the test of time and last you for years to come, then you have to invest in quality work and take careful and consistent care of the knife in question.

That’s where the team at Spectrum Coating Enterprises, Inc., of Cocoa comes into play.

How can I care for my knife?

Whether you are looking to buy a new knife or are hoping to extend the life of one you already own, we can help. We are proud to offer a wide array of knife maintenance and protection services. 

Have you considered the benefits of investing in a quality coating or finish for your knife? You should! There are quite a few to enjoy. Coating your knives and blades helps keep them safe from wear and tear caused by exposure to the elements, for example, and can really help to avoid things like rust and corrosion altogether. That means that your maintenance routine for your new knife will be shorter with a quality coating that it might be without one. You’ll save time and money by avoiding costly repairs, too.

From a purely performance-based view, including a coating on your blade can be practical. Coatings can help eliminate shiny surfaces on your blade. This could come in handy depending on you are doing, like hunting for example.

You might consider our Cerakote Elite, Teflon, or hydrographics coating and finishing services. If you’re hoping to create a knife that looks as eye-catching as it functions, then you might be especially interested in our hydrographics options. If you’re more interested in protecting your knife from the elements, then perhaps our Cerakote or Teflon treatments might be a bit more to your liking.

If you would like to learn more about our knife coating services, reach out to our knowledgable staff today!