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    Default Clipper vacuum

    I never used clipper vacuum. What is the benefit for it apart from cleaning up immediately as I work and I won't inhale the hair? Is this helps for a nicer finishing or not?

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    Well those are two big things right here, especially not breathing in so much undesirables. No it doesn't make the coat nicer, but some groomers know how to style with them, it's pretty tricky styling with suction. Is it better? Not really.

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    Just the fact of what you are breathing can be major especially if you are concerned about diseases that some groomers do get. Serious ones. I know someone that had that sinus infection and there is an article http://petgroomermagazine.com/articles/groomer-health/sinus-infection-pseudomonas-aeruginosa/ and when that came out online that's how I found this board.

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    Thank you

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    It may bother you at first but suspending the hose from the ceiling helps with that.

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    Other benefits are quicker finishes due to a single pass with the clipper gets all the hair, no need to go over it again

    also with a 10 blade, you can literally float or hover over the belly and anus and get a close shave, no clipper irritation, arm pits also.

    Blades stay cooler, never heat up which extends time between sharpening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IrishSetterTom View Post
    Other benefits are quicker finishes due to a single pass with the clipper gets all the hair, no need to go over it again

    also with a 10 blade, you can literally float or hover over the belly and anus and get a close shave, no clipper irritation, arm pits also.

    Blades stay cooler, never heat up which extends time between sharpening.
    I bet that first one takes some practice Tom. Did you adapt to it quickly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitedog View Post
    I bet that first one takes some practice Tom. Did you adapt to it quickly?
    Actually, that one is easy, just keep the regulator open!


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