Scheider, Kim
November 2007
LabTalk;Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 35 Issue 158, p36
Trade Publication
The author recommends replacing screwdriver blades when they are already dull and worn-out. Worn-out screwdriver blades can cause hand injury and can even scratch lenses. The author states that the cost of screwdriver blades only range to $3 each and not replacing it can cause much especially when a lens is damaged.


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