Maintaining your scissor properly will put life back into your cutting. For every good scissor you will need a good reputable skilled sharpening company to keep your scissors sharp and maintained.
Most scissors require sharpening every 3 - 6 months depending on how they are looked after. Sending your scissors to an inexperienced engineer can result in damage. Convex and bevel edge scissors, are angled differently and should be sharpened appropriately to the correct angle or better still polished. Am inexperienced engineer or a person who does not have the correct equipment could destroy your scissors.
That is why you should send your scissors to Clipit Grooming, because we have years of experience when sharpening dog grooming scissors and hairdressing scissors.
What are the factors that make a good scissor? Grooming scissors are very personal and can be addictive, ask any Master Groomer to show you their collection!
With scissor purchasing along comes a mind daunting offering which can be very difficult for a newbie and a established groomer to understand. In this guide we try to make scissor information easy to follow with valued advice for when you go buying.
To facts that makes a good dog grooming scissor, click here A convex edge has a tendency to nick and dull faster than a bevel version, especially if they are dropped. Where as the bevel version is more durable but is not as smooth as the convex. If you are finding your scissors are under performing, or they feel sloppy, then that is the time to send them off for maintenance.