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Old 02-14-2012, 05:52 PM
billyspey billyspey is offline
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[QUOTE=MadisonBoats;98625]I think you should truly learn from billspey if you can get a chance so that you do not ruin a good pair of scissors.

However; if you are in need for a quick sharpening-you can use fine grit sandpaper or aluminum foil. This works great for the cheapo scissors that are usually plated,

sure is a way of destroying a fine scissor , why stop with sandpaper. cutting a bottle neck or freezing them for a weekend. and i have seen more people trained to be sharpeners destroy just as many. been sharpening scissors and surgical instruments for over 20 yrs from Bristol,Tn. to Mtn.Home Ark.[so i can fish the white and norfork] Lexington Ky.to. B ham Alabama .log well over 1 million miles sharpening.
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