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L.I.P.S. Grooming Restraint System

L.I.P.S. Grooming Restraint System

L.I.P.S. takes restraint systems to a whole new level!L.I.P.S. (Linked Interval Positioning System) is not so much about restraining dogs as it is on optimum positioning.The more an animal is restrained, the harder it will fight, so L.I.P.S. allows t...

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Best From The U.S.

Best From The U.S.

Best from the USAt Technogroom we strive to bring you the best dog grooming products available from suppliers worldwide. Many of these are located in the USA, home of Laube/Kelco, Davis, Best Shot, Absorbine, Resco, Pro Guard and Zoni Pet. We buy the...

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Blade Sharpening Machines

Blade Sharpening Machines

Sheep shearing blades are flat ground, not hollow ground. Human blades are the same as dog blades with the exception of a few different sizes and they are numbered differently. They should also be hollow ground.The blades used on horses that fit the ...

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How do I clean my clipper blades?

How do I clean my clipper blades?

We recommend Blade Majik to clean and lubricate. This is a petroleum product that is marketed by many names, such as Naptha and Varsol. Its primary use is as a cleaning solution. It is sold commercially for this purpose in 55-gallon drums to nearly e...

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How often should I need to sharpen my clipper blades?

How often should I need to sharpen my clipper blades?

How often clipper blades need sharpening depends on several things, including:    how hard the steel is    your grooming methods    the type of dog you are groomingHarder steel blunts more slowly than softer steel and th...

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What causes my blade to pop off when used in heavy hair?

What causes my blade to pop off when used in heavy hair?

Most probably it is the latch which is the cause of this problem. The latch is the back piece of the hinge assembly and is designed to hold the blade in position after the hinge is closed.On a Laube/Oster/Andis AGC, before removing a blade, you must ...

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Why does my clipper nick the skin?

Why does my clipper nick the skin?

When new, your poodle face blade #40 or #30 works fine for carefully scooping out matted pads, but after sharpening, they nick the skin. Two or three different things can cause this problem. The most likely thing is that the blade-set is not properly...

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Ceramic Cutter Upgrade Instructions

Ceramic Cutter Upgrade Instructions

A few years back, when ceramic blades first appeared on the market, there was great reluctance by many groomers to purchase them. This has continued, largely due to fear of breaking them and being left with a useless blade having paid the extra for a...

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Blade Tune-up Kits

Blade Tune-up Kits

TUNE-UP KITS for your blades can solve the rattling problems many experience from changing clipper brands or from bent socket ears. The tune-up kit consists of all the parts on your blade except the cutter and comb. This kit is designed to restore yo...

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Blade problem or is it?

Blade problem or is it?

All manufacturers say their blades will fit all clippers, but it is also true that they all have different hinge sizes and they make their blades to fit this size! However, basically the blade can be adjusted to fit any clipper. Some groomers underst...

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