An educational section has been compiled and created in this website. It is important for stylists to have accurate tools to work with, but with the lack of knowledge regarding scissors, even the best scissors in the world will be proven with unsatisfactory results. Read more educational articles...... 


  • Lubricate your scissors with quality scissor oil at the end of every day of use.
  • Wipe the blades frequently with a chamois.
  • Check your scissors for adjustment, at least once each day of use.
  • Handle your scissors with gentle care.
  • Protect the cutting edges from touching anything except human hair.
  • Whether wet or dry, cut only clean hair.
  • Store and transport your scissors in padded cases or pouches (preferably leather) and make sure the blades are closed in order to protect the cutting surface!
  • Always keep your scissors closed except when cutting hair, never place them on a bench with the blades open, as this can nick the edges.
  • If you want to disinfect your scissors, simply wipe only the blades with a tissue, slightly moistened with disinfectant.
  • For a period of 10 days, do not cut heavy sections of hair with new or newly serviced scissors.
  • Do familiarize yourself with your new scissors to avoid cutting yourself with them.
  • Have them professionally sharpened regularly only by Qualified Technicians. Once any metal is removed it cannot be replaced!



  • Don’t let your scissors run out of adjustment.
  • Don’t cut anything except hair with them.
  • Don’t drop or toss your scissors when putting them down.
  • Don’t lend your scissors out. Other people have different hands to you - someone else using your scissors with a hard hand will alter the scissors balance and make them feel different after one haircut!    
  • Do not clean your scissors under water and do not wet the pivot area.
  • Sterilizing is not recommended as the rubber parts of scissors (hit point, washer) will be damaged
  • Don’t allow your scissors to come into contact with any combs, brushes, sterilizing solution, or any perm or color or other chemicals.
  • Don’t "pressure cut" (torque the blades together). This means squeezing harder with your thumb when the scissors start to go dull. It will cause excess wear on the scissors if you do so.
  • Do not dip the scissors into alcohol or disinfectant.
    The joint or screw parts should never come into contact with alcohol.
  • Never rinse or immerse your scissors into water or solutions
  • Don't use clipper oil to lubricate but proper mineral-based scissor oil.
  • Don’t cut air. The blades' rubbing motion causes friction. This friction wears away the contacting surfaces, which could lead to bluntness of the scissors.
  • Never loosen the scissors and take apart for any reason at all.




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