We offer sharpening services for all of our scissors (some exceptions may apply)! We only sharpen our own brand of scissors. The current turnaround time for sharpening is 1-3 weeks plus shipping. Please note that if you order our sharpening service with other products, your entire order will be shipped together when your scissors are done being sharpened.
Depending on what kinds of fabric you are cutting, the frequency you are using them, or the kind of craft you are using them for, our scissors won't dull quickly when performing simple sewing tasks or are being used for only one kind of fabric (i.e. natural or synthetic fabrics). If the time ever comes when you do find that your scissors are starting to become dull, you can send them to us to get them back to tip-top shape!
It is not possible to restore the appearance of the scissors during this process; while being sharpened, the appearance of the blades may be changed.
Scissor sharpening does not include scissor repair.
Customers will be responsible for any shipping costs when shipping the scissors to us.
Please ship your scissors to:
PO BOX 217,
137- 1140 Burnhamthorpe Road W,
Mississauga, ON, Canada, L5C 0A3
Unsure Which Fabric Scissor To Choose?
You can click here for two simple quizzes that we created to help you choose!
What Does The Size Mean?
The measurement you see - such as 8" - is the entire length of the scissor, including the handle.
How Long Will The Scissors Stay Sharp?
It really depends on how often you use the scissors, what items you’re cutting and how well you take care of your scissors. When tested in the rigors of professional sewing studios, our scissors outperformed brands in the same price tier.
What Is The Manufacturer's Warranty?
We offer a 10 year manufacturer's warranty on all of our products. For more info, click here.
Why Are My Scissors Greasy?
This is because we use a coating of oil to prevent any rust from developing during the shipping process. You can simply wipe it off before using the scissors. However, we do recommend that you apply a thin layer of oil - such as anti-rust, sewing machine oil, or any neutral oil - on the blades and button with a cloth when not in use.