Clipper blades have two main parts. The bottom blade, know as the comb. This feeds the hair into the top know as the cutting blade.
Types of Clipper Blades
Used by veterinarians to prep an area for surgery by removing hair down to the skin.
The cutting surface is wider than regular blades allows for a larger cutting area.
Full Cut/ Full Tooth Blades:
The teeth on this blade are even, creating a smoother finish.
Skip Tooth Blades:
Perfect for blending short areas with longer lengths.
|30||Between pads of some dogs|
|15||Sensitive Poodle feet, pads, face on Poodles and grooming most cats|
|10||Generally all round and Sanitary trim|
|10W||Same as 10, but with a wider blade area. Good for full-body and large breeds|
|9||Sporting Breed’s necks and sometimes bodies, very smooth finish.|
|8||Head, face, neck and sometimes body on Sporting Breeds and Terriers.|
|7||Bodywork on Sporting Breeds and Terriers, Pet Poodles, excellent for clipping matted dogs|
|7F/7FC||Finish clipper blade for 7 Skip Tooth|
|5||Skip Tooth, bodywork on Sporting Breeds and Terriers|
|5F/5FC||Finish blade for 5 Skip Tooth|
|4||Bodywork on the low-slung Terriers|
|4F/4FC||Finish blade for 4 Skip Tooth|
|3||Perfect for Old English Sheep Dogs|