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Andis Adds to Management Team

Andis announces three additions to its management team. ... Read More

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American Legacy Series 1 - Fauxhawk

American Legacy Collection: Series 1 - featuring The Fauxhawk. ... Read More

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Andis Introduces New ShowEdge™ Clipper for Livestock Grooming

Andis combines form and function in the new ShowEdge™ detachable blade clipper for clipping and all-around grooming on large animals and livestock including cows, horses, goats and sheep. ... Read More

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In order to get the desired look when clipping, the animals hair/coat must be clean, broke and manageable

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Have the horse as clean as possible. Ideally, bathe the horse with soap and water, and scrub with a brush to get the deep dirt out. Rinse thoroughly. If it is too cold to give a bath, try vacuuming. If these are not options, use a curry comb or a long nylon mane comb (like a curry comb) to get down to the skin and loosen up the dirt and dander. Then brush the horse to remove the loose dirt.

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Use comb attachments over a 10SE or 30SE blade for a smoother finish.

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The most common mistake users make is not setting up their combs and cutters properly. The cutter MUST be set at least 1/16" back from the tips of the comb or it will not cut!

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