The most important thing you can do for your clipper blades is to clean them with a blade wash solution. This will disinfect your clipper blades, lubricate them, as well as kill any germs.
At the end of the day after cutting hair, what you want to do is take the clipper, turn it on, and dip just the cutting surface in this blade wash solution for about 10 seconds. After 10 seconds, with the blade still running, lift the clipper out of the solution, turn the clipper on its side, and let all the hair drip out.
This will allow the blase to move back and forth much easier providing a better cut. It’s also going to extend the life of the cutting surface and the length of time in between sharpenings.
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