BLADE OPERATIONAL USES:
A open tooth coarse blade used for clipping out matted Old English Sheep Dogs and Afghan coats. Compares well to an Oster#7.
Attachment combs can be fitted over these blades to provide increased cutting length. Comb attachments should only be used on well-groomed coats and not those, which are tangled or matted.
Comb lengths shown should be added to the blade depth
One should be mindful that when clipped this close some animals (horses especially) may "burn" if exposed to strong sunlight.
All whom clip should be aware that irrespective of either the type and make of machine used or the type of blades selected ALL blades can become blunt at a moment's notice. This is not normally connected with, nor a fault of, the clipping machine, but more likely one of several factors most common of which are (not in any order of priority!)
ALWAYS HAVE A SPARE SET OF SHARPENED BLADES AVAILABLE BEFORE YOU START TO CLIP AN ANIMAL
When not in use, and having been thoroughly cleaned and oiled, the blades should be wrapped in a "grease" proof type paper and stored in a dry place preferably in your house. Any traces of rust will diminish the operational performance of the blades and may subsequently affect the clipping performance.
Do not leave in blades in tack rooms or stables. The same should apply to your clipper.
These blades are available from Peasridge
(01424 882900 or e-mail PEASRIDGE email@example.com to order your new blades)
Orders received before 3pm will normally be shipped the same day for next day delivery.