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How To Sharpen Cuticle Nail Clippers



Is there a way to sharpen cuticle clippers? This is one of the most asked questions when it comes to cuticle clippers. The answer to this question is that it is indeed possible to sharpen your cuticle clippers. So if you have some blunt and dull cuticle clippers resting in your bathroom, don’t just throw them out; they can still serve you longer if you sharpen them.

However, it is worth mentioning that sharpening these cuticle clippers isn’t as easy as sharpening your knives. That’s because they are generally curved inwards, and the cutting edge is straight. They are also quite tiny. For this, you need to be very careful and know how to go about it.

Thankfully, in this article, we discuss cuticle clippers in detail and how you can sharpen them. So, without wasting more time, let’s get started.

What exactly are cuticle clippers?
Manicure cuticle nippers or clippers are a special manicure tool used to remove excess cuticles from your nails. These cuticles generally protect your nails from injuries and other harmful bacteria that can cause illnesses. It is for this reason that it is important to properly maintain your cuticle clippers.

With so many cuticle clippers in the market today, it can be pretty hard to choose a durable and long -lasting one. You need to pay attention to these factors when buying a cuticle clipper:

1. Material
What is the cuticle clipper made of? You need to determine that. Most cuticle clippers are made by special technology of medical stainless steel with a matte finish. Such kind of cuticle clipper is resistant to moisture, thus boosting hygiene and increasing its lifespan.

2. Cutting edges
A good cuticle clipper shouldn’t scratch, cling, or pull the sensitive skin around your nails. That’s why if you are purchasing your cuticle clippers from a beauty shop or local store, you should check the sharpness before you actually purchase them.

Why should you bother with sharpening your cuticle clippers?
You are probably wondering whether or not it is worth spending your precious time sharpening your cuticle clippers. Well, the truth of the matter is that a penny saved is a penny earned. Why do you have to keep throwing your cuticle clippers and buy new ones when you can still sharpen the ones you have and use them?

What’s more, it is not advisable to use a blunt cuticles clipper because they can tear off the delicate skin around the nails, which can be very painful. That’s why you need to sharpen your cuticle clippers if you notice that they are getting dull.

Signs that show that your cuticle clippers need sharpening
Since you use your cuticle clippers regularly, it is quite easy to notice if they are no longer cutting the way they used to, thus requiring sharpening. Here are signs you need to look out for to help you determine if your cuticle clippers need sharpening.

1. Stains or color changes on the blade
2. Weak grip
3. Deteriorated springs
4. Mechanical malfunctions

One of the best ways to check the sharpness of your clippers is to cut through plastic film or paper. If the nippers are sharp enough, they will leave a smooth cut.

How to sharpen cuticle nippers
Is there a way to sharpen cuticle clippers? Yes, there is, and the best thing is that there are plenty of ways you can sharpen your cuticle clippers at home. Some of the most common ways to sharpen clippers include:

1. Sharpening with the sandpaper
2. Sharpening with aluminum foil
3. Sharpening cuticle clipper with tin foil

Let’s delve into them

1. Sharpening our cuticle clipper with sandpaper

Sandpaper is a material with so many uses, especially when it comes to sharpening. It can be used to sharpen knives, scissors, and even cuticle clippers. You can buy sandpaper from a hardware store or online.

Once you have your sandpaper, you can start sharpening your clipper. Use the nail clipper to bite into the sandpaper. Do that for 5 seconds while taking breaks. Do it for about seven times to make the clipper sharper. Rinse your clipper with lukewarm water and try it out.

2. Sharpening your cuticle clipper with aluminum foil
Aluminum also has a number of uses, such as sharpening various objects. Therefore, you can use it to sharpen your cuticle clipper. To use this method, you really don’t have to dismantle the various parts of the cuticle clipper. You only have to stack the pieces of aluminum foil together or fold a large piece into around 10 to 12 layers. Once you have done that, start clipping the stack of foil with your blunt clipper until it is completely sharpened. And the best thing is that you can reuse the clipped foil for any other task. This is the easiest method to sharpen your cuticle clipper.

3. Sharpening your cuticle clipper with a tin foil
A Tin foil is another perfect way to sharpen a cuticle clipper. It can effectively sharpen the cuticle clipper. It is more durable and affordable compared to aluminum foil. This method is also quite simple. Simply fold the piece of tin foil and start cutting it using your dull clipper. Keep on cutting the tin foil until you notice the cuticle clipper is getting sharper.

It is quite obvious that all these methods of sharpening your cuticle clippers are pretty simple and you can easily hack them. However, it is upon you to choose a method that you prefer and are comfortable with because whichever method you opt for, you will surely end up with a sharper cuticle clipper.

Wrapping up
You need to properly take care of your manicure tools. Doing so can help you avoid any injuries. That’s because a dull cuticle clipper can cause more harm than good; it can tear off the delicate skin around your nails, leading to unwanted infections. Fortunately, this is something you can avoid by checking on your cuticle clipper regularly and sharpening them whenever necessary.










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