Someone must really like you, if you weren't expecting that! Lol - I have one 20yr old pair, that I've not been kind to - other than not using them on paper, occasionally oiling the hinge, and once having them professionally sharpened. I'm thinking of adding a couple more to my collection, because sometimes, the width of the zigzag is too much. I think mine look like they cut similarly to the widest ones, in your pic? But, I've never really seen enough that I felt like it would be worth it, to me. You may have changed my mind! Thank you for sharing them! Ha - maybe I should check my mailbox more often, too!😜🤣
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I'm so jealous. All of my pinking shears are dull as chopsticks. I've tried sharpening them and also the widely touted trick about cutting aluminum foil to sharpen them. Ive come to the conclusion that cutting foil is like stroping a razor or using a sharpener on kitchen knives. It helps hone an edge, but cannot actually sharpen it.
I have a pair that belonged to my great-grandmother, I also probably should see if I can get them sharpened (not even sure where to look-- I have a lot of antique scissors and the humidity here has not been kind to them). I'm looking forward to hearing more about care.