Using scissors for a quick household task isn’t going to cause your hands to cramp up, but if you’re wrapping presents, working on a project, or doing arts and crafts with the kids, using uncomfortable scissors can quickly lead to hand fatigue. This two-pack of multipurpose scissors is designed with an ergonomic handle and a comfort grip that reduces pressure on your fingers when you close the scissors. These multipurpose scissors measure inches in length and have titanium blades that are built to last. They also have a Teflon nonstick coating. This nonstick coating makes these scissors great for cutting tape, stickers, and other adhesive materials that would otherwise create a residue on regular blades.
Scissors are a common household tool used to cut through various materials and many other situations daily. Primarily they are used to open various packages, made from materials such as paper, threads, cardboard, and plastic. They are commonly designed for right-handed users, but some are designed specially for left-handed users. For added versatility, you can find specialized scissors designed for specific tasks. For instance, trimmers used by a barber for cutting hair differ from the shears used by a tailor for cutting cloth or from the hedge clippers used by the gardener for chopping plants. There are also multiple kinds of surgical shears and razors that are used during operations and for sutures. They are also used in the kitchen for cutting vegetables and herbs. You can also find small and blunt pairs made for kids, keeping their safety in mind. They assist children in their art and craft hobbies.