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From: jewlery
Date: 04-06-2005, 04:21 PM (1 of 2)
It seems like I am constantly having to buy rotary cutter replacement blades. Can the blades be sharpened with something instead of buying so many replacements.
User: jewlery
Member since: 09-14-2004
Total posts: 3
From: grandmasue
Date: 04-06-2005, 05:15 PM (2 of 2)
YES! there is a sharpner for 2 sizes of blades, the 45mm and the 78mm. I got both of mine at Jo-Ann's they were near the scissors and rotaey blade display. I think I paid around $18 for each but it has saved me much more money in being able to sharpen my blades. I had my first sharpner for years and years before I felt it needed replacing. If you can't find it some where let us know and we will find a source for you.
Grandma Sue

At the end I am not showing up at my grave all pretty and well preserved...I am coming in sliding, yelling "What a ride!"
User: grandmasue
Member since: 10-26-2004
Total posts: 138
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