Information on dog grooming blades



Author: Draf

Information on dog grooming blades

Combing as well as grooming the hair of your dog requires experience. Though, it appears simple, if you do not do it regularly, it will cause the life of your dog. It is best to take him to a vet and get the job done comfortably, than you doing it yourself. Grooming is trivial or for some dogs it is not necessary; however grooming is very beneficial for health. Dogs that have long hair need to groom once a week so that their hair is free of tangles and is smooth flowing. Besides, it keeps the hair stronger as well as silky.
There are special blades designed for dog grooming. The shedding blades help in removing loose hair and also in scraping your dog every month. The dog grooming blades come in stainless steel and are ideal to use. Dematter grooming blades are especially for untangling even the thickest coat without doing any harm to your dog. They are facilitated with rubber handles to keep hold of the tool. Matbreaker grooming blades prevent the tangles and mats from occurring as they have a toothbrush structure. Many people but for professionals, are not aware about the availability of various types of blades and its sizes.
Blades are made of two blades, the top one is the "comb." The comb puts the hair into the lower cutting blade, and eventually the cutting moves front and back through the motor of the clipper. The blade sizes vary depending on the cut sizes. These blades are fixed to clippers and have to fixed or removed using screw driver. Professional groomers use finishing blades for blending the longer as well as shorter hair areas. The Skip tooth blades get into more hair and make them suitable at the pre-bathing grooming stage. This is useful especially to eliminate the matter hair coats. The wide blades are good to groom large dogs as it is easy to remove the coats. Dull blades are ineffective.

The blades utility is different. A 10 number clipper blade is ideal for anal and tummy area grooming. A 4 number clipper blade will leave 8 to 9mm of coat on the dog and the 7 number blades leave 3mm of coat and this is ideal during summer. A fine tooth blade is ideal for fine soft coat and the skip tooth blade gives a layered look. The brands of blades vary. The blades are used as per the requirement of the grooming and a professional groomer can do a justified job using the dog grooming blades.


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