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Don’t throw away your cigars if they’re blunt, here are 3 ways to help you restore them to their “original state”!

Don’t throw away your cigars if they’re blunt, here are 3 ways to help you restore them to their “original state”!

I wonder if you have paid attention to the ordinary accessories that are closely related to cigars while maintaining them?

Most cigar smokers trust their cutters to be strong and sharp and don't worry about them becoming dull. But cigar cutters, like cigars, also require careful care. So, if the cigar is blunt, what is the solution?

Cigars need to be aged, and cigar scissors also need regular maintenance. When you use cigar scissors to cut the cap, the blade must be sharp to ensure a smooth cut.

If the cigar cutter is not cleaned regularly, the cigar will leave uneven openings when cutting, which not only affects the appearance, but may also affect the taste and flavor of the cigar, and may even cause problems such as irregular burning of the cigar.

A large part of the reason why cigar cutters become dull is actually that the cigar cutters are dirty. This is even more important if you like to use the same cigar cutter over and over again.

The oil content of cigars is often very heavy and easily adheres to the blade. Over time, some brown and sticky substances will remain. Over time, various cigar residues will easily adhere to the blades of the cigar cutters, and the cigar cutters will become dull with use. Therefore, it is very necessary to clean the cigar cutter regularly.


Correct cleaning steps, convenient and practical

Using the correct cleaning method can effectively improve the performance of your cigar cutter. And the cleaning method is very simple and suitable for any type of cigar cutter.


If the blade of the cigar cutter is made of metal, the tar material attached to it will increase over time, and the sharpness will inevitably be lost.

At this time, just use a cotton swab dipped in alcohol or a clean rag to clean all the metal surfaces of the cigar cutter until there is no residual tar on the blade, and then use a clean cotton swab to absorb the remaining alcohol.

If possible, you can also use a small amount of graphite lubricant to wipe it, and then wipe off the excess lubricant with a clean cotton swab. Generally, after these steps, the cigar cutter will be back to like new.

Secondly, if the blade of the cigar cutter is made of stainless steel, you can soak the cigar cutter in a cup of hot water and shake it slightly until all the tobacco leaf fragments are separated from the blade and the oil is soaked in. It will take about half an hour. Can. Then dry the cigar cutter thoroughly with a towel, and if necessary, use a hair dryer to dry it. At this time, you will find that the cutting effect will be significantly improved.

Finally, there is another method, which is to polish the blade of the cigar cutter with aluminum foil or fine sandpaper, or you can polish it with salt grains, which will also work. When polishing, wrap your index finger with a soft cloth and stick salt particles on the soft cloth on your index finger to polish the blade of the cigar cutter.

If you are worried about cleaning the cigar cutter yourself, you can also send the cigar cutter to the headquarters for free repair. Normally, cigar cutters provide lifetime maintenance, which usually only takes a few weeks.

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