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Will I be able to have my trimmer blade sharpened?

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Hello,

The blade can be sharpened, the problem is that these are not sharpened to ofter. Finding a person to do it will be.....difficult. I would suggest finding a knive or scissors sharpener, they would be able to handle this.

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