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Thread: Rotor Blades

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    I have received one card since I ordered the blades - - on backorder (no problem - - I can wait ) ... in the meantime, I have gone on to the HF site and the blades have gone up 50 cents since we started ordering (capitalism is a wonderful thing!) ... I received an email from the get-go that said they were on their way, but then, when I looked at the very small/fine print - - they were backordered.
    I will keep you informed am expecting a second card

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    Last week, I was sent a card that asked me if I wanted to keep waiting for the blades.
    I put the card back in the mail yesterday, saying YES!
    So, this morning, I received notice in my "Inbox" that I have fifty packages on their way to my house.
    Will keep you informed as to what happens next

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    Quote Originally Posted by omak
    Last week, I was sent a card that asked me if I wanted to keep waiting for the blades.
    I put the card back in the mail yesterday, saying YES!
    So, this morning, I received notice in my "Inbox" that I have fifty packages on their way to my house.
    Will keep you informed as to what happens next
    Ditto re my 20

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    I wish they had a Harbor Freight in Canada so we could be lucky and get cheap blades for our cutters here too. You guys are soooooo lucky!

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    You are all lucky to be able to get the blades at that price, but I am happy with the Threadart blades. They cut real smooth, like hot knife through butter. And thank you to who ever told us to soak our cutting boards in tap water, that too worked real good. so THANK YOU THANK YOU ALL.

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    You are all lucky to be able to get the blades at that price, but I am happy with the Threadart blades. They cut real smooth, like hot knife through butter. And thank you to who ever told us to soak our cutting boards in tap water, that too worked real good. so THANK YOU THANK YOU ALL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annya
    You are all lucky to be able to get the blades at that price, but I am happy with the Threadart blades. They cut real smooth, like hot knife through butter. And thank you to who ever told us to soak our cutting boards in tap water, that too worked real good. so THANK YOU THANK YOU ALL.
    Okay I missed this one. Why do you soak your blades?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chamby
    Quote Originally Posted by Annya
    You are all lucky to be able to get the blades at that price, but I am happy with the Threadart blades. They cut real smooth, like hot knife through butter. And thank you to who ever told us to soak our cutting boards in tap water, that too worked real good. so THANK YOU THANK YOU ALL.
    Okay I missed this one. Why do you soak your blades?
    Its soak the cutting mat/board.

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    Thanks for the info, I can't wait to order some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chamby
    Quote Originally Posted by Annya
    You are all lucky to be able to get the blades at that price, but I am happy with the Threadart blades. They cut real smooth, like hot knife through butter. And thank you to who ever told us to soak our cutting boards in tap water, that too worked real good. so THANK YOU THANK YOU ALL.
    Okay I missed this one. Why do you soak your blades?
    Re-read. It says cutting mats. I read it that way too at first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy11442
    Quote Originally Posted by chamby
    Quote Originally Posted by Annya
    You are all lucky to be able to get the blades at that price, but I am happy with the Threadart blades. They cut real smooth, like hot knife through butter. And thank you to who ever told us to soak our cutting boards in tap water, that too worked real good. so THANK YOU THANK YOU ALL.
    Okay I missed this one. Why do you soak your blades?
    Re-read. It says cutting mats. I read it that way too at first.
    Oh, okay. I did soak my cutting board. I did not see much difference though. I may soak it longer than 15 minutes next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chamby
    Quote Originally Posted by Nancy11442
    Quote Originally Posted by chamby
    Quote Originally Posted by Annya
    You are all lucky to be able to get the blades at that price, but I am happy with the Threadart blades. They cut real smooth, like hot knife through butter. And thank you to who ever told us to soak our cutting boards in tap water, that too worked real good. so THANK YOU THANK YOU ALL.
    Okay I missed this one. Why do you soak your blades?
    Re-read. It says cutting mats. I read it that way too at first.
    Oh, okay. I did soak my cutting board. I did not see much difference though. I may soak it longer than 15 minutes next time.
    You need to soak your cutting boards for at least 1(one) hours in cool tap water. Bath tub is the best place, just put containers underneath to hold it flat and some thing on top to hold it under the water. It works a treat.

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    they have already went up to $1.99

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