Scissors that are regularly used have a lot to endure. Hair, moisture and chemicals get stuck between the blades when cutting your dog’s hair. On top of that, the friction of the constantly moving blades can cause the scissors to squeak. This means that your scissors or shears no longer work as well as they should and that the screws and the scissors need oil.
Daily used scissors should also be oiled on a daily basis. To properly oil and to protect your valuable tools, we’ve designed the Show Tech Scissor & Shear Oil.
Before oiling, it is recommended to first remove all the hairs from the scissors.
After scissoring for on average 20 minutes, use a soft hairbrush like the Show Tech Scissor Shear Clean to remove the excess hair from the blades.
Put a drop of oil between the screws on both sides and if required, on the two blades. Make a few cutting movements with the scissors after oiling them. If necessary, remove any excess oil left on the blades with a tissue to prevent soiling the dog’s clean coat. Do NOT use clipper oil, which is specially designed to protect the blades from the heat.