Prolong the life of your rotary cutter blades by sharpening them when they begin skipping. You'll start sharp and stay sharp with these tips from Nancy.
Use the Orbital Blade Sharpener to manually sharpen your rotary blades. Remove the blade from your cutter and place into the plastic housing. Add a few dabs of oil to the outer edges of the blade. Turn the outer dial about 20 times, then flip the blade and repeat.
Nothing could be simpler than letting a machine do the work for you. Remove the blade from your cuttter and place inside the housing of the TrueSharp Power Sharpener. Add a bit of oil to the sharpening stone. Simply press the button for about 30 seconds, flip your blade, and repeat.
When you're mid-stream in your project and you only need a quick sharpening to get you through, the TrueCut Rotary Sharpener will do the trick. Run your rotary cutter—with the blade still in place—through the grooves about 20 times. Flip the sharpening pad and repeat.