How To Sharpen Clipper Blades With Aluminum Foil

Clippers can become dull quickly, which can make them difficult to use. This guide will show you how to sharpen Clippers with aluminum foil, so that they can cut through hair more easily. It is an easy process that only takes a few minutes. Be sure to keep your Clippers clean and sharp by using this method on a regular basis. Your hair will thank you.

how to sharpen clipper blades with aluminum foil

Clippers are an essential tool for many people, but they can be expensive and hard to find. And when you do find them, the blades need periodic sharpening (for most users this is about once a year) which means buying new ones again in a few years. But with some aluminum foil and water, your clipper blades will be as good as new in just a few minutes.

First, cut a piece of aluminum foil that is about 8 inches by 8 inches. Then fold it in half so that it is 4 inches by 8 inches. Next, take the folded piece of aluminum foil and place it on a hard surface (like a countertop or table). Now take your clipper blades and place them on top of the aluminum foil, with the blade facing down.

Now use a spoon or your fingers to pour water over the blades. Make sure that you get the water in between the blades and the aluminum foil. Then wait a few minutes for the water to soak in.

After a few minutes, use a paper towel to remove the blades from the aluminum foil. Then use the paper towel to rub the blades until they are shiny.

Your clipper blades are now sharpened and ready to use! Enjoy!

This easy trick will keep your clipper blades sharp and functioning like new. So next time you’re in the market for new clipper blades, try this trick first – you may be surprised at how well it works.

 Conclusion

While clipper blades can be expensive, it is possible to keep them sharp and functioning like new with aluminum foil. With a few minutes of time and some materials that you may already have in your home (like water), you’ll save money on buying new replacement blades as well! Be sure to try this trick the next time your clipper blades start to dull.

Kareem

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