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Shear flush cutter recommendations


#1

Hi Rick McCann;

I had not tried to sharpen my flush cutters the way that you
mentioned so I gave it a try today with excellent success. I managed
to take a pair of Lindstrom cutters that were not in the best of
shape and turn them into a pair of flush cutters. Even the newest
pair of cutters do not cut a flush as these do.

Thank you again for posting such a great tip. I hope that others
will try this. It really did not take much time a all.

Thank you again and take care, Paul LeMay.


#2
I had not tried to sharpen my flush cutters the way that you
mentioned so I gave it a try today with excellent success. I
managed to take a pair of Lindstrom cutters that were not in the
best of shape and turn them into a pair of flush cutters. 

What are you using to sharpen? Dremel? I have other cutters that
need a face lift

Trish


#3

Hi Trish;

I started with a GRS power hone used to face gravers with and then
moved to a wet stone held in a vice. You do not have to use a power
hone, it just makes for a quicker job.

I hope this is of help to you.
Take care, Paul LeMay.