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Thread: How to Care for Your Scissors

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    Super Member franc36's Avatar
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    Thanks so very much for the information. I love my many pairs of scissors and want to take good care of them.

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    I love the idea of giving a pair as a wedding gift!

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    Thanks for the info. I was having a problem with gunk on the blade because I've been using fusible products.

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    Super Member Sandygirl's Avatar
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    Excellent advice! My Ginghers are 40 years old and I don't remember the last time they were sharpened! I never use them for anything but fabric. I should oil them. And take them for a check up! Thanks for resurrecting this topic.
    Sandy
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