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    Super Member MommaDorian's Avatar
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    Some rotary cutter blades stick together in the case. Make sure you are getting only one blade.

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    I find using a couple of magnets helps me separate the blades without slicing a finger!

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    thanks for the tip

    Quote Originally Posted by MommaDorian
    Some rotary cutter blades stick together in the case. Make sure you are getting only one blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat
    I find using a couple of magnets helps me separate the blades without slicing a finger!
    This is also a great tip. Thanks for sharing!

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    I have a lot of trouble seperating the blades from multi-packs because of the lubricant that they put on them. I feel like I'm putting my fingers in jeopardy every time I change the blade!

    Sue

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    Great tip and I love the magnet idea. Thanks

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