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Old 09-09-2018, 08:21 PM   #81
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Default Is it me or is it getting out of hand

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That's a good point, almost all tools wear out over time, especially rulers or anything where there's a lot of back and forth motion. Cutters, plates, craft knives; if you're cutting against it, expect that eventually you'll need a replacement!


My mistake then; that's what I interpreted you were implying. Glad we're all on the same page.


I guess I am a Slow learner 😂

I learned long ago this happens to a plastic ruler, so I use one with a metal edge.

Well at least now I know that all plastic is created equal including the plastic guides on our Trimmer where we score and cut over and over.
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