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Olfa blades are not as sharp as they used to be

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We have been using olfa blades forever but in the past year we have noticed the quality of the blades is not the same as it used to be. Blades are not as sharp and pressing harder is starting to etch the glass on certain vehicles. Would like to know if anyone else is experiencing this or is there a better brand ss blades that you have been using that is a better trusted brand.



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Yeah, at least a decade ago rumored to be different as a result of a US based manufacturer making Olfa blades sold here at home.


Of course, Olfa would deny coupling up with a US maker.


I, too, switched to NT.

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I switched so long ago... first to KDS but they went away.  NT are great though. 


I use a piece of white strapping material as a cutting buffer between the blade and glass. Some use a button but I didn't like the feel..

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