Oiling & Lubrication:
are essential to keep your clipper blades in good working order. As such, we recommend applying a few drops of oil before you start clipping.
By adopting this simple 3-2-1 approach, you’ll be able to keep your blades cutting smoothly. If you’re clipping with the same blade for longer than usual, reapply oil and/or a spritz of coolant spray every 10-15 minutes. This will help control blade surface temperature and prevent clipper rash and skin irritation. Applying oil little and often is usually the best approach and, will prevent your blade from getting choked with hair clippings, grease and dander which, will affect its cutting performance.
Cleaning & Flushing:
are equally important to prolonged the working life of your blades. As such, we recommend a daily regime to remove any build-up of contamination and keep your blades cutting like new.
If your blade starts to drag, leaving clipper lines, this often means the blade has become choked with hair clippings, grease and dander. To remedy this, submerge the blade in a shallow dish of cleaning solution, allowing the clipper (still running) to flush out any contamination trapped beneath the cutting blade. Always keep the blade parallel with the surface of the solution and, never submerge the clipper itself. Allow the clipper to run for 30-60 seconds, then lift and tilt the blade, allowing any excess fluid to drain away. Wipe the outside surface with a clean dry cloth and, reapply blade oil before clipping again.