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Keep your money makers in tip top condition. Clipper Maintenance.

Cleaning barbering clippers is an essential part of maintaining hygiene and prolonging the lifespan of the equipment. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to deep clean your barbering clippers effectively:

1. Power off and unplug the clippers: Before starting the cleaning process, ensure that the clippers are turned off and unplugged from the power source. This is crucial for your safety.

2. Remove excess hair: Use a small brush or toothbrush to remove any loose hair or debris from the clipper blades and the surrounding areas. Gently brush away the hair, taking care not to damage the blades.

3. Disassemble the blades: Depending on the type of clippers you have, you may need to remove the blades for a thorough cleaning. Refer to the manufacturer's instructions for guidance on how to safely disassemble the blades. Some clippers have detachable blades that can be easily removed, while others may require a screwdriver or specific tools.

4. Clean the blades: Fill a small container or bowl with clipper blade cleaning solution. Submerge the blades in the solution and use a soft brush or toothbrush to gently scrub away any residue or buildup. Pay close attention to the areas between the teeth of the blades. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that could damage the blades.

5. Rinse and dry the blades: Once you have thoroughly cleaned the blades, Shake off any excess solution and use a clean, lint-free cloth or towel to dry the blades thoroughly. Ensure that no moisture remains on the blades to prevent rust or corrosion.

6. Lubricate the blades: Apply a few drops of clipper blade oil or lubricant to the blades. This helps reduce friction, maintain smooth operation, and prevent rust. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for the specific type of oil or lubricant recommended for your clippers.

7. Reassemble the blades: If you had to disassemble the blades, carefully reattach them to the clippers according to the manufacturer's instructions. Ensure that they are securely fastened and aligned correctly.

8. Wipe down the clippers: Use a clean, damp cloth or disinfectant wipe to wipe down the body of the clippers, removing any dirt or residue. Pay attention to the handle, switches, and other areas that may come into contact with your hands during use.

9. Store the clippers properly: Once the clippers are clean and dry, store them in a clean and dry location. Consider using a protective case or cover to prevent dust or damage when not in use.

Regular cleaning and maintenance of your barbering clippers are essential for optimal performance and hygiene. It is recommended to clean the clippers after each use or at least once a day, depending on the frequency of use. Following these steps will help keep your clippers in excellent condition and ensure a clean and comfortable experience for your clients.


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