I had a broken plastic shoespoon.Since it has the sufficient length, I decided to restore it instead of buying a new one.
Tools you will need:
4.Fine sand paper
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Step 1: Cutting the Broken Part
Mark the line that you need to cut in an oval shape then cut with the dremel tool. Insert the sanding bit to the dremel tool and do the rough sanding. Dont forget to round edge well.
Step 2: Sand the Tip of the Shoespoon
Take the fine sand paper and sand it to its' final shape. All done.
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