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professional grade 190 mm root pruning scissors 4Cr13MoV Alloy Steel bonsai tools from TianBonsai

professional grade 190 mm root pruning scissors 4Cr13MoV Alloy Steel bonsai tools from TianBonsai

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Brand Name: TianBonsai

Pruning Tool Type: Root Pruning Scissors

Origin: Mainland China

Pruner Type: ANVIL

Finishing: sanding

Material: 4Cr13MoV Alloy Steel

Feature: Long Length

Model Number: Root Pruning Scissors

Certification: NONE

Professional Grade (there is a stamp mark in the handle as above picture)

Professional Grade tools, material is 4Cr13MoV Alloy Steel, handmade by professional technicians from TianBonsai.

The 4Cr13MoV Steel, it slightly inferior to 5Cr15MoV Steel, but it also the good material for the bonsai tool, contains Molybdenom, Vanadium, 0.4% Carbon and 1.3% Chromium, after quenching treatment, it's hardness is over HRC55, high intensity, strong tenacity and wear-resistant.

How to use bonsai scissors

When using scissors, apply a slight vertical force to the two handles in the opposite direction.For get the nice cutting function, we made a gap at between of both blades. so that this scissors could made a cleanly cut, also, the blades gap could protecting the blades.

Test the tightness of rivets

When the scissors handles closed, the tip of blades is stick by each other, when the handles open, you could feeling a little bit loose, because of the gad between on the blades. it's normal state.

Precautions for the use of bonsai tools:

1. Our tools have very sharp blades. Please pay attention to the safety of users and nearby personnel when using it. Do not arbitrarily place tools on high places. If the tool is accidentally dropped, it may cause injury to personnel and tools.

2. Choose a bonsai tool of the right size. When pruning, the diameter of the branches should not exceed the cutting limit specified by the cutter, otherwise the cutter will be easily damaged.

3. Don't use bonsai tools to trim dry branches, otherwise it is easy to damage the tool blades.

4. The fine sand particles in the flower mud will damage the blade of the tool, so when using a bonsai tool to trim branches, pay attention to whether there is dirt on the branches. If there is dirt on the branches, clean them with a small brush before pruning.

5. Pay attention to protect the tool tip, even a slight frontal collision will cause damage to the tool tip.

6. Please maintain the tools after the work is completed.

Precautions for cleaning and maintenance of bonsai cutter and scissors:

1. After the work is completed, clean the sawdust and flower mud on the surface of the tool with clean water.

2. Wipe off water stains with a clean cloth and wait for it to dry.

3. Use a small amount of general anti-rust oil to drop on the tool riveting shaft.

4. Wipe off the leaking anti-rust oil with a clean cloth.

5. Store tools indoors.

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