The Andis Easy Clip® Light PM-1 Grooming Clippers are light duty domestic clippers (previously called both Easy Clip® Whisper Domestic Grooming Clippers and Pet Groomer Domestic Grooming Clippers). These clippers are the secret to successful grooming, perfect for trimming around the face and ears. Ideal for small and medium dog breeds.
These clippers are a lightweight yet powerful clipper for quick detailing and styling, designed for light body grooming. The blade adjusts from sizes 30-15-10. Plus includes 6 attachment combs sizes 1/16", 1/8", 1/4", 1/2", 3/4" and 1".
The quiet operation is more soothing and comfortable for pets, leading to more relaxed grooming sessions.
Ideal for light body grooming on thin to medium coat dogs.
Powerful pivot motor
- Includes attachment combs for desired hair lengths
- Adjustable blade
- 6 Clipper Combs (sizes 1/16, 1/8, 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 and 1 inches)
- Blade Guard
- Blade Brush
- Blade Oil
- Durable Hard Storage Case
- Instructional DVD
Step 1 : Wash
It is important to thoroughly wash and condition your dogâ€™s hair to remove all dirt and debris from the coat. Using a flea shampoo will help remove and uninvited guests! Always rinse with luke warm water after lathering.
Step 2 : Dry
Towel dry to remove excess water and then use a hand dryer to thoroughly dry the coat. (IMPORTANT : Ensure the hand dryer is set to cool / warm setting and not hot, to avoid overheating your pet). Always allow your dog access to drinking water during grooming. Your dogâ€™s coat must be thoroughly dry before attempting to clip hair. A wet coat will only cause the clipper to snag and cause premature corrosion of the blade.
Step 3 : Comb
A comb, slicker brush or rake can be used to effectively remove knots and tangles from your dogâ€™s coat. This can be done during the drying stage, but it is imperative that all knots are removed prior to clipping. The end of the Andis Pet Groomer blade is a comb and needs to be able to glide through the coat in the same manner as a regular comb.
Step 4 : Clip
It is now time to clip. Providing the first 3 steps have been followed, you should have no problem grooming your dog. Please remember to periodically re-oil the blade whilst grooming. Regular oiling will enable the blade to cut smoothly and reduce heat generation in the blade. A blade that may be struggling to cut should be re-oiled or may need re-sharpening or replacement.
Providing the 4 preparation and clipping steps have been followed, you can expect to obtain around 6-8 clips, depending on the breed size and amount of clipping required. After grooming, it is necessary to wipe the blade free from hair, thoroughly oil the blade and re-attach the plastic guard, before returning the clipper to its case for storage. This will help to lengthen the life of the cutting blade.