I'm not pine guy, but The "Bonsai master" is using the wrong shears on those candles...I’m not worthy ...
But my first impression was what a load of crap. Amiwrong?
Research scissors for a year? To work on a pine that has been grown too fast and has no taper to its branches? I didn’t finish the vid. But did I just take the bait?
Does this person do bonsai shears? I replace mine once every year or two. I have sharpened 10s of thousands of normal edge tools but getting the geometry to work on scissors evades me. Proper sharpening may cost more than a new pair.@ABCarve As a cosmetologist I'll spend between 250 and 500 on shears. We have a really, really good sharpener, named Sun Oh. After he tweaks our stuff it's better than when it was new. But before we met him we had some dudes really jack up our stuff.
As far as forged bonsai shears at THAT price. They're cool, but you'd have to be a sucker to buy them OR so rich that it didn't matter
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