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Scimech clamp for sharpening shears

Each scissor, shear, thinner or chunker has its own angle/edge from the factory, understanding the angle and quality of metal of each scissor allows Factory Edge Sharpening to provide you with the sharpest edge.

Having the correct equipment to restore the factory edge on each shear either Convex, Bevel or serrated will allow you to do a better job for your customers, in turn, you will feel better and enjoy doing your job, your equipment will last a perform its best for you. 

Scissor picture

Hair Cutting Shears

Take good care of your shears, they will take good care of you. Even the best and most expensive is only as good as the person that sharpens them.

 

High quality sharpening takes off the minimal amount of steel to give you the sharpest edge.

  •        Straight Blades

  •        Curve Blades

  •        Ball Tip Blades

  •        Serrated Blades

  •        Texturizing Chunker Blades

  •        Blending Thinner Blades

  •        Hybrid Blades

 

Chefs knife

Knives

Extend the lifetime of your knife by having me give you a perfectly sharp edge with the minimal amount of steel removal. 

 

I take pride in providing a fully restored knife that will feel as good as the day you bought it. 

 

 

Services:

- Chef's Knives

- Butcher Knives

- Boning & Pairing Knives

- Cleavers

- Utility Knives

- Filet Knives

- And More

Grooming scissor set

Grooming Shears

Straight grooming scissors are the most commonly used. They exist from 4” to 10”. The 8” scissors are used mostly on curly coats such as: bichons, poodles, Ihasa puppies, etc. The smaller scissors from 6” to 7” are suitable for small dogs or for small surfaces, on the inside of the hind legs of poodles.

Curved Shears are used to fine tune shaping and set angulation for specific areas. The larger the shear the more gradual the curve so the larger shears are better suited for larger dogs.

Chunkers are the newest addition to grooming shears. Chunkers are ALMOST a full bladed shear. The 'T' shaped teeth allow hair to be pushed away from the cutting blade, giving a much softer and natural finish. You can use chunkers on legs, underlines, ears and heads…. Pretty much anywhere you like!

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