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Where can I get garden shears and secateurs sharpened?

The ones I have are good quality but just old. I don't want to throw them away and buy new ones just because the blades are a bit blunt, so any ideas?

Asked By: HooBoo - 9/14/2007
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Lawn mower repair shop might do it ... but I'd make that my last place to check... they usually sharpen blades, but its a rough grind, not a smooth finish. You'd have better luck, if the shop also services chain saws... More
Answered By: thewrangler_sw - 9/14/2007
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I'm not sure exactly where you would go, but I do know that any local hardware/seasonal store would be able to help you out. Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Home Hardware. Stores like these may have your answer.
Answered By: loniel_randis_meniel - 9/14/2007
 
Do it yourself! Go to any good DIY or Hardware store and buy a "Sharpening Stone". It should only cost around £3 to £5 maximum ($6 to $10). The two blades of the secateurs should be held together by a screw. Undo the screw and sharpen each blade then screw them back together. The same applies to the bolt holding... More
Answered By: Ken D - 9/14/2007
 
You could do it yourself with an oil stone. Alternatively, look for someone offering Lawn Mower repairs. They'll be able to do it for you. I would suggest a Black Smith however there aren't many of those around any more.
Answered By: Chariotmender - 9/14/2007
 
It should be fairly easy to do yourself... More
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Answered By: keef20032006 - 9/14/2007
 
Hi,Get a good Mill b*****d File ,and do it yourself. It's not hard,and you will always have sharp tools. If not, go to True Value. They sharpen them there.
Answered By: Sandyspacecase - 9/14/2007
 
Go find someone that dose services and repairs lawnmowers they have to sharpen the blades they will also sharpen your secateurs and shears for a small cost
Answered By: barnie - 9/14/2007
 
Can't add much to what has already been advised. Lawn Mower repairers should be your best bet; apart from DIY but if you're as good as I am at DIY I'd let someone else do it!
Answered By: Harry H - 9/14/2007
 
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