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  1. #25
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    Get rid of blade plaque!! Did you know your blades are feeding grounds for bad things. Read about it at Jeff's website or here, https://petgroomermagazine.com/produ...ue-what-is-it/

  2. #26
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    Jut scrubbed my attatchment combs down with some H2 cleaner the other day.
    It's not what you look at that matters; it's what you see.
    Henry David Thoreau

  3. #27
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    Jun 2016
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    Use shear oil daily to clean bales and extend life and make shears a little easier to us. Make sure whatever you use there is no solvent in the mix or else you might dissolve the washer in shears.

  4. #28
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    Apr 2015
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    Missouri
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    Once a month the large cage dryers, the ones with 3 hose attachment, the filters off and OUTSIDE are blown out with high velocity dryer. Cannot believe the residue that collects inside


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  5. #29
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    Even if you are starting out and don't have much money, get a pair of "junk shears" to use on pre-bath work like toe-hawks and taking down long ears and fringes to save on drying time. The cheap shears can usually take the beating of dirty hair without too much change in how they cut, and it will keep your good (expensive) shears in better shape for a lot longer. Taking down these areas will save a surprising amount of drying time, and getting the feet short before washing can help you get a better scrub between the toes. You can find some fairly decent shears for around $15-25 at most pet stores, and they can even be sharpened if needed.

  6. #30
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