833-TWEEZER     PO BOX 20100, Long Beach, CA 90801




    in lead type
    in dealing with stamps (see Philately)
    in dealing with smaller coins (see Numismatics)
    in electronics
    for hair removal (eyebrow tweezers)
    in semiconductor technology in the form of wafer tweezers
    in cosmetics
    in medicine (Forceps and Tissue Forceps)
    in the household
    in jewelry
    In the textile industry as iron nubs
    in soldering
    in science, laboratory
    in aquatics at planting e.g. Aquascaping
    in watchmaker usage
    There are also other tweezers, for example, so-called optical tweezers and vacuum tweezers




How do you sharpen tweezers with scissors?

Get your pair of scissors and split them in half. 2) Get your blunt tweezers and position the ends into the blade of the scissors in between in. 3) Now press the blunt tweezers together in a grabbing action a few times. Dont over to it or the end of the tweezers can become too sharp.




My sister-in-law introduced me to Rubis tweezers and once I tried them I could never buy any other brand. For tweezing errant hairs the slant tips are the best in the world. How can one brand of tweezers be superior to another? These are made from quality metal that has been made so thin at the tip that you can get the edge under a hair that has barely broken the skin surface. Other brands are thick and clunky by comparison and you have to wait for the hair to be much longer - so much more visible - before you can remove it. I figure better quality is bound to cost more. If this were so easy to do, why aren’t all tweezers equally good?