Can it be done?
If your blades are still attached, prop the Tomahawk upside down for a little while, let gravity do the work. I currently have mine propped up this way. However I'm not sure if that will work for heavy drooping. This will work for mild/moderate drooping though.
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I heat them up with a hair dryer and once they get heated up some, I straighten them up. You just have to keep working with them, while the blades are still heated up. It's worked for me.
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I got a large pasta pot boiled some water and let them simmer for around a minute. Layed them flat on the counter and laid a large book on them. Let them cool and now they are straight and strong!
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I heat them with the mrs hairdryer on a flat surface and then quickly under the cold water to give them a "shock", so far I have used that on 3 sets of blades with success