You choose, which pair of scissors are going to last longer?
Although the ones with the plastic handles cut a little better, they’re broken and I suspect they’ll break again. The metal pair have been around for decades and are still going strong. In the event they break apart, I might be able to entice our blacksmith friend to help repair them. If you don’t have the tools you need at home, you can take scissors for sharpening at a nearby sewing shop.
Meanwhile, I’m just questioning why the need for plastic handles? The obvious solution is to fix them, so this is simply a reminder to those of you who have plastic-handled scissors that break: Get out the Super Glue and fix ’em! (This is my second pair that’s needed repair this month, oddly.)
Do you have a good fix it solution for an everyday household item? Please share it with us!
2 thoughts on “Fix Broken Scissors”
Now THAT’s a good idea. I’ll ruminate on similar tips to share.
You can sharpen scissors yourself with an oil stone… You can also sharpen them by cutting up old bits of aluminium foil.