Kent & Stowe Hedge Shears

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The Kent & Stowe Hand Shears are ideal for cutting, trimming and shaping non-woody stems of hedges and shrubs.

Made from high quality precision ground carbon steel with non-stick blades for cutting, and traditional wooden handles for comfort. 

Aftercare: To keep the blades in good condition wipe with an oiled cloth after each use and sharpen when necessary.

 

Benefits

  • Hand-crafted, precision cutting shears.
  • High quality precision ground carbon steel.
  • Wooden handles for comfort.
  • Non-stick blades.

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