Nothing better than seeing a clients reaction when I bring their tools and equipment back to life. Especially when there cutting better than new.
Every blade I sharpen is tested for tension and sharpness, using various methods before returning to the client.
All clipper blades are carefully packaged before express post to the customer. This lot is on its way to South Australia.
In this video I give my perspective as a sharpener on what to look out for when purchasing a set of animal grooming scissors.
- Scissor length
- Offset handles vs Even handles
- Silicon finger rings
- Finger rests
I also talk about scissor characteristics and basic maintenance tips.
- Ride lines
- Cleaning and storage
I will go into greater detail of scissor fundamentals in later videos
Who doesn’t love sharp knives?
I sharpen all grooming scissors using a special flat hone machine with 3M abrasives and 2.5 micron diamond paste. Pivot washers, clicker plates are always replaced, bump stops and finger tangs replaced if required. You can find more information at matssharpeningservices.com