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Animal clipper blades
Carbide blade sharpening
Carbide blade retipping
Steel circular saws ups 24″
We sharpen almost everything.
Slitter blades up to 12″
Lawn & Garden
Hole saws and spur bits
High speed steel router bits
Carbide hole saws
Carbide router bits
Carbide hammer mill bits
Bill Lindsley is an accomplished sharpening professional with training from Wolff Industries’ Twice As Sharp and Ookami Gold sharpening systems, as well as on the Flat Hone. He is an expert with barber/beautician shear sharpening and repair.
To keep abreast of the latest in equipment and technology, Bill frequently attends sharpening shows, seminars, and factory training sessions.
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Caring for your Hair Shears
1. Cut hair only.
2. Clean your shears at the end of each day. Even the most expensive shear can rust or corrode.
3. Do not tighten your shears when they get dull. Making them too tight will make them wear wrong and can cause hand fatigue or Carpal Tunnel issues.
4. Never lend your shears to others.
5. Oil your shears daily.
6. Store your shears in a case that is made of leather or a material that can breath. Plastic will hold moisture and cause rusting.
Did you know?
Keeping your shears sharp can make you more money!
Sharp shears can save you up to 15 minutes per client, giving you more time for more clients!
Does it make sense that paying $20.00 every few months will save you money and you will give a better hair cut?
It’s easy to see that this one maintenance is worth every penny spent!