Being the crafties that you are, I’m sure there are two things that you always have on hand: Your glue gun and your rotary blade.
I also bet that you not only have them on you, but you take care of them because these are the tools of your trade, er…craft.
Well, today we have a nice, simple way of caring for one of those weapons in your armament: the rotary blade.
Would you like it to last a bit longer than the norm? In other words, want to learn how to keep it sharp and cutting evenly for longer periods of time?
I’m sure you get tired of exchanging that blade out all the time…all because you want that sharp edge and precise cut. And you know as well as I do, changing out those blades costs a bit of money. Things can add up over time, especially when you have glue sticks to buy!
So what can you do? Well, a simple trick to keep that blade healthy and stealthily sharp. It follows the same concept as sharpening a knife. But instead of using an expensive sharpening tool, you have a simple and easy alternative (read: cheap) already in place at home.
What is it? A bit of tin foil.
Want to know what to do with it and how to use it? Well, take a look at today’s article.
Read the full article here: How to Sharpen Your Rotary Blade