Factory sharpening & repair services for all your hair scissors.
INCLUDED IN OUR SCISSOR SHARPENING SERVICE:
- Take apart Scissors and inspect thoroughly for any areas needing special attention.
- Disinfecting of scissors or shears from fungus and other bacteria
- Razor Sharp Honing and Sharpening
- Minor repairs such as small nick removal
- Balance & Adjustment
- We also add or replace finger rings, washers, finger tangs, stoppers and more!!!
SCISSOR RECONDITIONING WILL RESTORE YOUR HAIR SHEARS. SOMETIMES HAIR SHEARS REQUIRE ADDED CARE DUE TO: IMPROPER SHARPENING, EXCESS WEAR, AND RUST.
Some sharpeners sharpen at the wrong angle destroying the convex edge which decreases the efficiency of your hair shear. We are able to fix this problem for you by re-convexing your hair shears to make the scissors like new.
When a shear becomes worn, it needs re-convexing to increase the function of the shear.
To avoid rust, keep your hair shears away from hair chemicals. Letting chemicals set on any part of your shears will pit the surface, even stainless steel can be corroded by strong chemicals. Be sure to rinse any chemical solutions from your shears immediately. Also keep them dry and clean.
INCLUDED: If needed, we will replace the Finger Rest or Tang, Finger Rings, Washers, and Bumper. NOTE: We have parts for most makes of professional hair cutting shears.
Japanese Shears are the most popular type of hair shears. When compared to other types of hair scissors, japanese hair shears are by far the best type of hair cutting shears. Modeled after the Japanese art of sword making, Japanese shears are designed with the best type of stainless steel. Japanese cutting shears are razor sharp. The Japanese shears scissors steel alloy is built to hold an excellent cutting edge for a prolonged period of time. Japanese scissors can be designed with many different handle shapes. The most important part of Japanese styling shears is the convex edge. This razor edge is designed to slide through the hair without grabbing or pushing the hair. Japanese shears’ convex edge is a rounded type edge, opposite a concave edge. This precision edge gives the Japanese shears the ability to cut smoothly. Most cheaper and older shears are made with a beveled edge, which is a set angle and has no convex shape. The convex edge is far superior and guaranteed to last longer.