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How to Sharpen Fabric Scissors

by Audra Dean
Fabric scissors can dull after use, especially if they're used to cut materials other than fabric alone. You may think you need to send your scissors out to be professionally sharpened, but you can sharpen the blades at home without spending a penny. All you need to sharpen your fabric scissors is a...
  • Jess Adams

    How to Sharpen Scissors (With a screw driver & sandpaper). 100 grade sandpaper - works a treat.

  • Lauren Roget

    How to Sharpen Fabric Scissors | I tried the aluminum foil method it was ok I wasn't too impressed but maybe I didn't do it enough

  • Ruby Stephenson

    How to Sharpen Scissors (With a screw driver!) I used this method on all my craft scissors and now they're cutting like new again! <3

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