How to change the Gyro-Cut blade
Please keep in mind these blades are very sharp! It is best if you use pliers and not to push in even with the silicon cap on it. As the sharpness of the blade can still puncture through that silicon cap!
You’ll need a pair of pliers! (Or small vise grips but do not lock them – just use them to carefully pull out the one blade and used to push in the replacement blade.
I do not recommend using your fingers as you could seriously cut them attempting it. Safety first!
Take the pliers and carefully pull out the blade. Replace with the silicon cap and put it back in the envelope or how you are storing it. If the blade is dull … properly dispose of this blade!
Now carefully put in the new blade using the pliers. Set the silicon cap aside. Maybe put it in the blade envelope or your storage of choosing.
Now you are ready to use it again. It’s that easy!
Do not grip the blade too tight as it could damage the blade. Using your fingers could risk them being cut by the blade.
Remember these blades are very small and can pose a chocking hazard and could do severe damage if swallowed.
By clicking the link above you will be taken to the official page for the Gyro-Cut Pro. They gave me a link to offer you a 10% discount with them.
Gyro-Cut Pro Tool Posts & Links
- 10% Discount Offer With This Link
- Introducing the Gyro-Cut Pro
- Gyro-Cut works like a pen and cuts like a knife
- How to change the Gyro-Cut blade
- Tips to using the Gyro-Cut tool
- The Different Gyro-Cut blades
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Gyro-Cut does have some copy cats and cheap replicas. They do however warn you about them and say only use and trust their Gyro-Cut tool. However, Steve hasn’t tried one of the knock offs to know for sure.
To be clear to my readers … I was given a Gyro-Cut Pro starter kit with extra blades to review and to write blog post and share my experience and reviews on social media. Any reviews are of my own and my honest opinion.
Gyro-Cut does not recommend their blades to anyone under the age of 10. Adult supervision is recommended. These blades are very small and pose a chocking hazard and can do severe damage if swallowed.
Learn more: gyro-cut.com
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