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Re: [BKARTS] Thanks for scissor info



Money spent on really good tools is almost never wasted. : ) I'm still happy I invested in my Japanese screw punch! I have to repair more hymnals; those Kapco scissors sound like a good thing.

Kathy G

The work of an individual still remains the spark that moves mankind forward. – Igor Sikorsky



On Sep 6, 2006, at 4:06 PM, Lavinia Adler wrote:

Choices! Choices! Thanks everyone for doing my Google searching for me.
; -) I like those Kapco nonstick scissors for their two pointed blades.
Seems like they'd be better for cutting paper than the Fiskars with the
one blunt ended blade, though I like the angled handle of the Fiskars.
The Kapco one is more expensive. I guess I'll have to sleep on it.
(Ouch!
; -) )


Lavinia

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