Blades

Andis, Oster, and Wahl offer superior grooming blades that provide professional grooming solutions for dog owners. Frank Rowe & Son offers a variety of blade options for these major brands; choose from stainless steel or ceramic, finish cut or skip tooth, 5-in-1 adjustable blades, and more. Check out our wide variety of professional grooming blades today!
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If you need help choosing a blade for your clipper, our clipper blade experts will help you determine the blades you need for your business. We also offer the best clipper repair and blade-sharpening service for all major clipper brands.

Clipper blades typically have two sections. The bottom blade is the larger one, and it is also known as the comb. It feeds the fur or hair into the cutting blade on top. The upper or cutting blade moves quickly back and forth with the aid of the clipper motor to cut the fur.

At Frank Rowe & Son Inc., we stock the following types of dog grooming blades:

Ceramic Clipper Blades

Our efficient, premium quality ceramic clipper blades can sustain optimal trimming and cutting performance for a long time. They are user-friendly and remain cool to touch for the groomer and the pet, even after prolonged use. Ceramic blades are economical because they require less sharpening than stainless-steel clipper blades. Also, they are rust resistant, so they don't allow the blade to corrode. We have complete sets of ceramic grooming blades in these sizes: 50, 45, 30, 15, 10, 7, 5, 5F, 4 and 4F.

Skip Tooth Blades

Skip tooth blades help groomers blend short areas with areas that have longer fur. These professional pet grooming blades are ideal for trimming the hair on dog breeds like terriers. The coarse teeth on this type of blade feed hair into the upper blade more efficiently and make it easy for you to trim under mats.

Full Cut/Finishing Blades

Finishing blades have even teeth, making it easy for pet groomers to create an even and smooth finish. These blades may be used after the dog has been given a bath or for a full shave.

Typical Blade Sizes and Their Usage

  • 50: Used to groom the feet and face of poodles and to create patterns.
  • 30: Works well with snap-on combs and for grooming poodles and other dogs with sensitive feet.
  • 15: Can be used to trim the feet, face, and pads on cockers and terriers.
  • 10: A safe blade for trimming the genital area and tummy. It is good for trimming fur on the face and for grooming cats.

Get Your New Clipper Blades Today

Browse our online catalog to learn more about the professional grooming blades we have available. Our friendly staff is standing by to serve you by phone, too. Give us a call at 717-616-8646 for fast, friendly help.

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