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    I do have those, bought them after watching one of your videos. I just can't get good results using them. I use a similar method but I use a utility b

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    I can get good results with the scalple, but I find it very easy to cut into the side of the tip even when taking my time and paying attention. I am n

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    I have the same issue being left handed so I bought a longer utility blade and put some tape around one end so that i can grip it easily. Be careful

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    I use a utility blade/Stanley blade just the blade. I use the same method as in the videos you do apart from that, and I am pretty happy with the resu

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    I use a big pencil sharpener, works well. Don't use it as you would on a pencil though, keep it straight and take very fine shavings off with it to av

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    If there is a lot of over hang, I use scalpel or Stanley blade first then a tip-sharpener to trim tidy.
    If not much overhang, tip-sharpener work

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