I have a couple of pair of sewing scissors. Two are Fiskars, and will
tell the story of why I have 2 if somebody wants me to, but my main
questions is about my other pair.
I have another pair that I suppose is part of my "inheritance" from my
late mother. It is a pair of heavy duty Wiss scissors that are almost
11 inches lomg when measured from the end of the handle to the end of
the blade, and the "cutting part" of the blade is 5 inches long and
fairly heavy duty.
From a technical standpoint, I suppose the Wiss is a much better pair
of scissors, but most of the time I use the Fiskars, the reason being
that the is a little bit of rust on the Wiss but not the Fiskars.
I suppose a bit of rust on the outside isn't any big deal, but some rust
is showing up on the inside. The best idea I can think of is to perhaps
and the blade with either really fine grit sandpaper or extra fine steel
wool, treating the blade with some oil, and perhaps getting hold of a
I was also kind of wondering if, after I recondition them, if I should
make some kind of holder/protector for them.
- posted 2 years ago
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