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I like my little twig pruners, but I'm going to give the dog clippers a try!!!
post #17 of 18
I would like to know more about what pvc cutters are? I currently have been using a brand new pair of dog clippers but I find that it slightly slants the cut of the dowels. Do you use these cutters for wooden and plastic dowels? We don't have that store here but maybe I can check a home depot or something? Thanks
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Originally Posted by Janzcakes

I would like to know more about what pvc cutters are? I currently have been using a brand new pair of dog clippers but I find that it slightly slants the cut of the dowels. Do you use these cutters for wooden and plastic dowels? We don't have that store here but maybe I can check a home depot or something? Thanks


Yes, Home Depot would have them, they are used for cutting PVC pipes, the plastic plumbing pipes that are used in kitchens and bathrooms and such, usually black.
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