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  • 7-in-1 Vitamin E enriched formula cools, deodorizes, lubricates, cleans, prevents rust and decontaminates; dip any detachable blade in the jar to rinse away hair, buildup and preservatives.
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  • Andis Blade Care Plus Dip Jar For Hair Clipper Blades,
    • 16oz [amazon.com] $14.84 $3.67
      • This 7-in-1, Vitamin E enriched formula cools, deodorizes, lubricates, cleans, prevents rust and decontaminates
      • Dip any detachable blade in the jar to rinse away hair, buildup and preservatives
      • In just seconds, it washes away hair build-up and other accumulation to leave clippers clean, lubricated, and cool for optimal performance
      • This product comes in 16 ounce dip
      • Measures 3-4/5-inch length by 4-2/7-inch width by 3-4/5-inch height
      • Length: 4.25 in. & Weight: 1.20 lbs.
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Dog groomer here. It does work well. Dip the end of your running blade into it and let it set there for 20 seconds or so. It helps get hairs out that stick between the blades and lube it up but you also need to separate your blades once in awhile and blow the hair out. Depending how tight the screws are it either slides right out or you have to fight with it. (I'm assuming Andis type blades with the loose underblade that comes out). To get it back lift the part that holds it in up with your nail or if it's really tight I wedge the edge of some nail clippers in there, anything flat, and slide the bottom blade back in. You should oil them before you store them.

You should never need a new blade, they last for eons. Get it sharpened. Some stores that sell grooming supplies have sharpening services. Or you can stop in a local grooming shop and ask them for the number of their sharpener. It's usually a couple bucks each blade. It may be more for just one blade, we usually have a pile of them done at a time. They do scissors too.
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I didn't know this stuff existed until just now. Was looking to buy a new blade but going to try this stuff first to see if it saves it. Anyone here have experience with this?
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I have. Keeps the blade clean and sharp, and it smells good
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https://www.chewy.com/andis-blade...r/dp/54062


same at chewy
Thanks.
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I have always used the spray version of this but at this price I'm will to give this a try if it's anything like the spray version you will definitely tell a difference in how it runs after using it runs smoothly and cuts clean.
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I didn't know this stuff existed until just now. Was looking to buy a new blade but going to try this stuff first to see if it saves it. Anyone here have experience with this?


Dog groomer here. It does work well. Dip the end of your running blade into it and let it set there for 20 seconds or so. It helps get hairs out that stick between the blades and lube it up but you also need to separate your blades once in awhile and blow the hair out. Depending how tight the screws are it either slides right out or you have to fight with it. (I'm assuming Andis type blades with the loose underblade that comes out). To get it back lift the part that holds it in up with your nail or if it's really tight I wedge the edge of some nail clippers in there, anything flat, and slide the bottom blade back in. You should oil them before you store them.

You should never need a new blade, they last for eons. Get it sharpened. Some stores that sell grooming supplies have sharpening services. Or you can stop in a local grooming shop and ask them for the number of their sharpener. It's usually a couple bucks each blade. It may be more for just one blade, we usually have a pile of them done at a time. They do scissors too.
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Awesome...in for 2.
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Sold out?
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Dead? Only third party now
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Still on sale at chewy but no free shipping

https://www.chewy.com/andis-blade...r/dp/54064
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Still on sale at chewy but no free shipping

https://www.chewy.com/andis-blade...r/dp/54064 [chewy.com]
Back in stock.
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Back in stock.
Thanks! In for one
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Great stuff. My barber recommended it for at home clipper sanitizing.
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