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    When you ship your blades and scissors out for sharpening don't use an envelope. Envelopes offer no protection and are easily ripped open. You can get free priority boxes from the post office or on line at Make sure all items are individually wrapped and then put in the box so they don't rattle or bang into each other. Blade boxes are the best for most clipper blades, but you have to put the foam on top of them to keep them from coming out of the slots. If you lost the foam take some paper or bubble wrap and put it on top of the blades so it is about 1/2 inch think then the lid will hold the blades in place. Tape the lid on. Jeff and I put the blade box into another box to protect the blades as much as possible on return shipping.

    Also make sure the scissor are well wrapped and can't poke through the box. Have seen this a couple times already and once the postal carrier got cut from it.

    Tim Love............... Love's Sharpening
    123 A Hwy 80 E., #3

    Clinton, MS 601-529-1973