Good news – we’ve just recieved our first batch of “Protege” Scissors for Mastercut – they’ve got a really nice satin finish and the super sharp convex blade edges Mastercut are becoming famous for. Bad news – someone’s sold all the stock in the shop when I wasn’t looking and the rest have been packed […]
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Tutors and trainers – if you’ve got a burning question or you think there’s an issue or tool technique that needs addressing or explaining then please let us know. We’re also really grateful for feedback and we do our best to update articles to make sure they stay current and of interest for students
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Tutors and trainers – please note that we’re very happy to work with an create custom toolkits for your students. As you’ll know, we’ve worked with City and Guild’s assessors to develop our standard kits but I’ve been asked by a few customers if we can change around some of the tool choices – and […]
A tough question but in essence we recommend folowing the life rule for all tools – buy the best ones you can afford! The real trick is to invest in the tools you feel confident in – which with clippers means it’s usally a really good idea to follow your tutor’s advice. Scissors are one […]
A question I get asked quite often: The answer is partly the design but is supposed to be to do with the balance of the scissors – and that’s why you’ll often see integral rests on larger dog grooming shears. As the blades get longer the theory is the increasing weight mkaes the scissor want […]