Details:Hair Industry from Human hair , dog hair , horses to livestock there are lots of thing to consider when clipping your pet or human Hair.
1) keep your clipper clean and oil if needed it and service it once a year if you are a professional groomer.
2) Keep your clipper blades oil at all time,
3)where do i oil the clipper blades? Ok, there are 3 part in some clippers and blades that required oil the easy way to find out is if you look where the blades make contact at front at the tips/teeth and the bottom back contact, in some blades also the middle of the blades works as a bearing where it has a piece that looks like plastic called glide make sure you also oil it.
on the clipper side depending on the clipper , youll findout that some clippers have ball bearings or little holes and it said oil close to them , oil with 2 drops every time you use it and if you see that it is leaking oil stop untill get dry and re oil again.
Fro Pet groomers (dogs) i will say 90% of groomers are using the andis clippers with the detachable blades, these clippers required attention every 2 to 3 months on the (Blade drive) this is a piece of plastic that looks like a web with a lever on one end. attach to the blade drive is a bearing that need to replace when is dry or is getting to laud. clipper service required every year or less if needed it.
sheep's because the lanolin they have on the fur the blades needs to be washed before and after its use with warm water and dawn dish washer, make sure to remove all the residues of lanolin and dry them and also oil them very well.
good luck on your job and have a great clipping day.
visit us at www.sharpeningtech.com for your sharpening and parts if you need it we have a mailing service .
Ruben Roldan President
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December 22, 2014 @ 11:59 PM
July 19, 2013 @ 3:11 PM
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July 20, 2013 @ 8:36 AM The photo is very interesting and your site is fascinating. Really think the videos you have posted are a great idea. Do you know the story on this dog? I'm assuming she's a rescue and they were removing what is shocking amount of hair. She is a Poodle, right? Your tools certainly saved the day my friend.
July 22, 2013 @ 1:24 AM Thank you Neal, the picture you saw was from a vet, i sharpen their blades and they use them for horse, dogs, cows etc, rescue dog u right.
July 22, 2013 @ 7:12 AM Be sure to add your business in the Marketplace. Once you've done that let me know and we'll post it to our Facebook, Twitter, and other social accounts. We have about 10,000 altogether. We've just formally launched so please spread the word! We're mailing to over 75000 folks over the next six weeks or so. Have a great week!
July 28, 2013 @ 2:30 PM got it Rob i did what yuou ask me , it is in the market place
August 3, 2013 @ 10:31 AM Hey Ruben, I added your marketplace listing to our Pedegru facebook page...hope it helps!
August 3, 2013 @ 10:32 AM here is the link. https://www.facebook.com/Pedegru
July 20, 2013 @ 8:43 AM Have a hint for getting your discussion seen better too. Put your picture or the picture of your company in the picture slot. The surgery might be too intense and have an opposite affect though it's good once you're here and studying what's going on. Add a bunch of keywords too and send out to your social following. Activity breeds activity so the more you get it out there the better. Did you make a marketplace item? They're free and quick to create. Welcome to the site Ruben. We've just launched and know we're all going to get some great things done here.