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- Size 10 leaves hair 1/16-inch
- Fits Andis Model AG, AGP, AGR+, AGCL, AGRC and MBG models
- Fits Oster A% and Most Detachable-type Clippers
- need to oil the blade before and after every use
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Andis CeramicEdge Pet Clipper Blades The Andis CeramicEdgeTM Clipper Blades are engineered with advanced technology and the certified Zicronium Oxide Ceramic that Andis uses on their ceramic cutters makes these more durable than other imported ceramic clipper blades. The low heat transfer and friction index of ceramic keeps these clipper blades running 50% cooler than traditional steel blades. This allows you to use less coolant to clip longer and faster with less downtime. Compatible with all Andis, Oster, Laube, Conair and Wahl detachable clippers. Features: · Ceramic cutter stays up to 75% cooler than steel cutters · Improves blade durability for longer lasting blades · Ultimate cutting versatility Item Specifications: Blade Size Blade Cut 3 3/4 FC 1/2" - 13mm 4 3/8" - 9.5mm 4 FC 3/8" - 9.5mm 5 1/4" - 6.3mm 7 FC 1/8" - 3.2mm 8 1/2 7/64" - 2.8mm 9 5/64" - 2mm 10 1/16" - 1.5mm 15 3/64" - 1.2mm 30 1/50" - 0.5mm 40 1/100" - 0.25mm 40 SS 1/100" - 0.25mm 50 1/125" - 0.2mm Please Note: Ceramic blades can be sharpened, however not all sharpeners offer this service.w
Style: 10: 1/16" (1.5 mm)
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|Item Dimensions||3.5 x 1.5 x 4.75 in||3.5 x 4.8 x 1.5 in||1 x 3.5 x 4.5 in||3.8 x 4.5 x 1 in||4 x 5 x 1.5 in||2.99 x 9.25 x 0.98 in|
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I scissor cut the top of the head on the poodles. Twice I have accidently nicked them with scissors, so I try and only use the clippers as often as possible. Scissors can take a serious chunk out... needing stitches or staples to heal, but clippers can only nick.
At the end of each haircut, I soak the blades in H-42 (purchased on Amazon) H-42 is miracle stuff in my opinion. Keeps the blades sharp, disintegrates gunk in them from the dogs skin, oil and dirt, and really prolongs the blades life. Really saves me money (6 blades costs around $150, so I want to take care of them)
I have included some of my recent clips so you can see what an 8 1/2 blade cut looks like.
Well, it's actually a nicely polished and finished carbon steel blade with a ceramic moving blade instead of a steel one.
You know those fancy ceramic carving knives that are sharp as a razor and stay that way? That's what the moveable blade is made of. Some "WAG" reviewers have complained about corrosion and dullness problems but my impression is that these people could foul(or, add your own expletive) up a solid steel cannon ball with their bare hands.
Reasonable care, as with any cutting instrument, is all that is required. I clean my blade with a squirt of Ajax liquid dish soap, after every grooming session. Rinsing under hot, running water and then, stopping the blade while under the water stream removes the coating of protein from the sheared hair. I NEVER RUN THE BLADE DRY.
Then, I dip the cutting edge into dry DIATOMACEOUS EARTH, moisten my fingers with a little water, forming a paste, and run the blade for only a couple of seconds, This puts a fine scratch on the cutting surfaces, which gives it that "grip" so necessary for cutting hair cleanly.
After the scratch process (very brief), I remove the blade from the clipper and rinse it well with warm water. Now, with paper towelling, I carefully dry it and coat it liberally with Andis oil (not Oster, which stinks and is no better). I replace the blade onto the clipper and with the motor running, snap it into position, just like a normal mounting operation. Shaking and blotting with the clipper running will remove the excess oil and displace moisture from the blade. It can be then be dismounted and allowed to dry thoroughly before storing until its next use.
Notes of interest:
Hair protein plates onto the cutting surfaces as soon as they are allowed to dry. If you pause for more than a few minutes, you may notice the blade becomming "dull." Not to worry, simply clean with hot water and then oil. You may need to use the DE if your blade runs dry and becomes "polished."
Diatomaceous earth is the powdered gunk that people put into swimming pool filters and throw away when it becomes full of algea and other stuff. It is CHEAP when purchased at swimming pool supply places. Buy a package and use it wherever a mild abrasive is needed. DE is the calcarious remains of tiny little marine animals and is used in all sorts of costly polishing products. Unlike nylon, it will not scratch glass, or tooth enamel (I'm NOT recommending that you clean your teeth with it - just my personal dig at nylon toothbrushes) but it will remove hard water deposits and it is an excellent stainless steel polish. If you have copper or brass that is darkly stained or pitted, DE will quickly prepare the surface before you use Brasso or some other expensive agent. As you might surmise, I am a great fan of the stuff. BTW it is also the preferred, non-toxic way to get rid of bed bugs, fleas, spiders and all sorts of creepy insects. No household or toolbox should be without it.
The microscopic "scratch" that you want on your sliding surfaces is quickly removed unless they are kept well oiled. That "scratch" is what makes professionally sharpened barbers' scissors and clippers "tailored" for hair cutting. That slight raggedness catches the fine hair and holds it for slicing. Perfectly smooth blades tend to pinch and crush the hair squeezing out protein and coating the edges. "Dull" blades are often simply protein coated and cleaning with detergent and hot water brings them back into close contact. Restoring the "scratch" assures that they will keep slicing through your grooming session. It just makes sense and only takes a minute.
Hint: Save money - DIY with DE!
OK, I'm through. Anything I missed?
Please note that these blades will NOT fit with the attachment combs included with my clippers and possibly many others, even though they say universal. The 40 blade is so short that it WILL cut skin severely and should NEVER be used without a guard or comb. I ended up purchasing the Andis 9-Piece Small Comb Set (Item: 12860) and they fit perfect with this blade.
I did not reduce the stars for this, as the product itself is fantastic!