You can start your own business and work as a knife sharpener for yourself and do it almost anywhere. There are many types of sharps items that need to be sharpened regularly to function properly.
Some of the things that need to be sharpened can be kitchen knives, lawnmowers, fence trimmers, scissors, axes, chisels, and so on. You can also visit sharpmate.com.au/ to look for knife sharpening business.
If you have a grinding machine and you can sharpen sharp objects to keep customers happy, you can make money sharpening knives and more for customers. You can turn to hardware stores, sports stores, pharmacies, and gift shops, etc., and ask if you can put up booths and banners in or in front of their shop to get customers for free.
Shopkeepers will love the idea because it costs nothing and they gain additional customers from the extra foot traffic that your knife sharpening business brings. You can give a discount if you bring more than one item to sharpen.
You can call a local shop and set up a program where their customers can leave the object sharpened, and once a week you come in and sharpen whatever needs sharpening. You both share the profits and you can set your own route.
You'll have fun sharpening customer knives and other items that need sharpening. You need to take advantage of the free classified sites that are everywhere these days and run lots of ads promoting your new business!