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malana3 | 11:19 Mon 23rd May 2016 | Home & Garden
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I have a Qualcast 370 electric hedgetrimmer and the cutters are in need of sharpening. I am advised that to have this done professionally will cost about £30, so considering doing it myself. Advice please as to what type/grade of file I should purchase to do the job. Thanks in advance for any guidance received.

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I normally hate it when someone replies to a question here with "Why don't you google it?" but, on this occasion, I actually commend that idea to you. I've just googled 'sharpen blades hedge trimmer' and there are several videos (as well as pages with diagrams, etc) which look as if they might help you. Rather than selecting a link to post here (which might not be...
13:46 Tue 24th May 2016
I would have thought the cutting blades of a hedge trimmer would be hardened. The probably need grinding to sharpen them, hence the cost.
I normally hate it when someone replies to a question here with "Why don't you google it?" but, on this occasion, I actually commend that idea to you.

I've just googled 'sharpen blades hedge trimmer' and there are several videos (as well as pages with diagrams, etc) which look as if they might help you. Rather than selecting a link to post here (which might not be the best one for your needs), it seems better to suggest that you take a look for yourself.

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