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I'm currently using my spare blades that came with my red dot knife..when I try to cut the film it doesn't cut that much and leaves an uneven cut..my question is..should I press on the film harder or should I use a different blade??if so,which is the best for cutting film??

I try not to press hard because I don't want to cut on the customers glass...PLEASE HELP ME

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I try to "snip" whenever its losing its sharpness, you can press a bit hard but dont over do it, unless you'll be spending good amounts of $$$ replacing glass.

other way you can do is, go buy some 1/8" tape, apply over the border of the glass and use that to protect from scratching glass....good luck

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1st thing to do with a new cutter......throw the accompanied blades away. they suck, and they scratch. if you use them and you are pushin hard enough to cut the film, youre pushin hard enough to scratch.

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