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How to Sharpen Scissors: 6 Methods - wikiHow

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Most of the instructions I found for sharpening scissors say that cutting aluminium foil would work. Other say you should "cut" smooth cylinders such as glass bottles. And yet others tell you to use sandpaper. Almost all of the instructions I found were for paper scissors. I need my scissors to cut fabric. I found a really good method to sharpe...

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How to Sharpen Scissors - 5 Methods

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How to sharpen scissors at home

How to sharpen scissors. Get an old glass, coke bottle or shaft of a screwdriver. Take the scissors and attempt to cut the cylinder in two. This swages the edge, pushing the top of the scissors blade towards the edge and causing the edge of the scissors to become sharper.

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