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When I cleaned out my garage, I found at least 5 or 6 rusty pruners. I cleaned them up and started using them again. I realized I had let them get lost and rusty because they were all horrible. These are different. They're unbelievably sharp and effortless to use. I adore them and I'm very pleased to see that the parts can be replaced as needed. I'm considering replacing my lopper with Felcos. I held off buying these because of the cost, but they're well worth it and I take better care of them than my other pruners. Don't be fooled by the lookalike brands. I have a pair of those that cost half the price and they're barely better than a $6 pair from the depot. I have average female hands and Felco #6 is comfortable to use and hold. I was thrilled that Amazon had these in stock at a good price.
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Initial post: Dec 19, 2011 5:10:20 PM PST
Jeep Stanley says:
Does oiling the pruner after each use prevent rust? What care should I provide to keep the pruner in good condition>?
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 20, 2011 9:14:37 AM PST
I can't say that I oil them after every use, but I make sure they're put away in the leather holster and I always dry them off. Once in a while I wipe them with an oiled cloth. I'm still very happy with these pruners.
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