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I would not cut tin with them. Get actual tin snips for tin.
By Kindle Customer on August 22, 2014
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It's for small very tiny trimming and pruning, if you are using it for soft wood stems/buds it is ideal, but if you are cutting actual woody branches, they are not hefty enough.
By growingbud on June 6, 2014
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I used one for years before replacing it, for $10. seems worthwhile. If you really want to though, then the same way you'd sharpen most knives/scissors. or with a wet rock. go nuts.
By A. Post on September 23, 2014
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absolutely. the tips come to a very fine point and are very precise. I've ripped seams with them. (-:
By faerie king on November 22, 2013
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No it does not. Is does however come with a rubber tip for the blades..
By Cottage kush on August 5, 2014
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I haven't tried, but I don't think so. These are designed for bonsai plants for cutting twig sized items.
By inventorjg2 on August 22, 2015 SELLER
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No
By A. M. Place on December 1, 2014
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1.5 1.75 inchs
By dan kwapisz on September 20, 2014
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I have both the regular and titanium. I am a seamstress so I bought the titanium for clipping corners and curves on leather and upholstery fabric, thinking they might make the cuts a bit easier. Honestly, I don't see any difference between the two.
By Sally O. on November 2, 2015