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Clipper Blade Maintenance

Clipper Blade Maintenance clean Hair & debris interfere with a blade's performance by cluttering up cutting surfaces and absorbing lubricating oil. Remove it frequently with a bristle brush or blast of air. hair & debris blade anatomy 10 spring 21 guide A build-up of coolant spray, dander & dirt can solidify into a varnish that interferes with cutting. It requires grinding to remove. Clean blades frequently to disinfect and dissolve build-up. Apply cleaning solution to blades with a brush, spray bottle, or by dipping running blades in a small container of solution. Keep wet blades pointed down so cleaner doesn't run back inside clippers! Always read labels thoroughly & follow recommended use & safety procedures. socket disinfect 4 cutter & dissolve build-up comb blade oil front rail rear rail 6. screws Friction heats blades, wears the metal & forces clipper motors to work harder. Blade oil reduces friction & helps keep cutting surfaces clear of hair and dirt. Apply drops of oil between the teeth, on the rear rail & on the guide. Wipe away excess with a lint-free cloth. Re-apply after every cleaning & as needed during clipping. Signs a blade needs service lubricate with blade oil blade cuts poorly - pulls or drags hair - leaves lines - vibrates excessively slows clipper motor 40 Swap out heated blades for cool ones. Place them on tile to cool more quickly. If you use a coolant spray, apply it only to the front of the blade (not the cutting surfaces). Wipe away coolant before resuming clipping. keep blades What a cool sharpener does To prevent rust, blades should be clean, dry & oiled before they are put away. Protect them from impact to prevent dings & breaks, bending components, or forcing blade parts out of proper alignment. - smooth surface of rails store - replace broken parts - adjust screw tension - adjust cutter placement adjust socket wings - grind away varnish and rust - wash and lubricate blades with care Can it be serviced? Y N a. missing tooth safe to use but leaves a line a b b. missing 2+ teeth in a row unsafe, high risk of cutting skin X C. missing edge tooth safe to use but not ideal X d. rusted, corroded rail heavy corrosion cannot be repaired e e. rusty comb useable if cutting surface is OK X f. worn foot does not affect cutting worn edge will drag, cannot be sharpened if rail is worn flat g. worn rail X ©2015

Clipper Blade Maintenance

shared by vaniavelotta on Apr 28
Information for pet groomers about clipper blades, how to care for them, when to sharpen, and when to throw them away.





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