Your scissors are now sharp. Close them several times normally, wipe clean, and test as follows:

Pinkers, embroidery: 1 to 2 layers, 8 to 11 oz. double knit
Kitchen Shears: 3 to 4 layers, 8 to 11 oz. double knit
Fabric Scissors: 6 or more layers, 8 to 11 oz. double knit
Knife Edge Shears: 2 to 24 layers, 8 to 11 oz. double knit
Paper Scissors: test on 2 layers of newspaper
Barber Shears: 1 layer paper towel, hair if available
Thinning shears: 1 layer of 20 lb copy paper or paper towel
Surgical shears: 1 layer of latex rubber

Some latex has talcum powder on it and must be wiped off both shears & latex. Cutting 1 layer of heavy nylon tricot will test for burrs. If scissors do not perform properly, hone or resharpen if needed. With a little practice, you should be able to sharpen 20 to 30 pairs an hour.