Abbfabb Grooming Scissors Ltd are delighted to offer our new high quality dog grooming scissor oil and precision nozzle dispenser.

Our dog grooming scissor oil has been specifically designed to be, clear, very fine and light which is perfect for all makes and models of dog grooming scissors.

This scissor oil offers essential care for your dog grooming scissors as it works to lubricate, protect, help maintain and extend the scissor's longevity.

The uniquely designed dispenser with its precision nozzle, releases one drop at a time directly to where the oil is needed and helps to ensure that there is no wastage.

It is important to note that this dog grooming scissor oil will not blunt or cause damage to the edge or blades of your scissors. However, please ensure that you do not over oil your dog grooming scissors. Too much oil can affect how your scissor's tension works and can cause the cutting edges to 'slide' over the dog's coat, rather than cut it. 

All makes and models of dog grooming scissors should be cleaned and cared for to ensure that they consistently perform and last a very long time. A dog grooming scissor (made from 440c Japanese Stainless Steel) can last up to 5 years if it is looked after and maintained correctly. 

Why should dog grooming scissors be oiled?

As well as cleaning the dog grooming scissors and ensuring the tension is correctly set, it is vital for a dog groomer to keep their dog grooming scissors oiled at all times.  

Keeping dog grooming scissors oiled is so important as it helps protect the metal from rusting, and stops bacteria, chemicals and moisture from the salon building up on the blades and in the tension system. The debris from dog grooming can also work its way into the pivot section of the blade, reducing blade mobility and causing unnecessary friction. Oiling dog grooming scissors can also ensure that the scissor's blades are kept lubricated. 

How often should dog grooming scissors be oiled?

Oiling dog grooming scissors should happen each time the scissor has been cleaned and dried. Once the scissor is clean, place 1-2 drops of scissor oil into the joint section of the blade to flush any debris missed and protects the tension screw system. 

What type of dog grooming scissor oil should be used?

As all dog grooming scissors are crafted from various versions of stainless steel (here at Abbfabb, all our dog grooming scissors are made from 440c Japanese Stainless Steel), it is important to use an oil designed specially to lubricate stainless steel dog grooming scissors. This is vitally important because many ordinary oils are made from petroleum and is made up of long and short chains of carbon and hydrogen atoms. As a result under certain conditions, the short-chain molecules evaporate and the unstable molecules oxidise and break down. Ordinary oils also contain substances such as sulphur, waxes and unstable hydrocarbons which can produce sticky residue deposits on the blades. This sticky residue can prevent the dog grooming scissors working efficiently.

The dog grooming scissor oil we offer here at Abbfabb Dog Grooming Scissors, is made specially using a process which alters the molecular structure to ensure that each molecule is uniform in size, shape, and weight. This ensures that the molecules do not break down and as a result, do not produce a smell or residue. This oil has been designed to produce the ultimate lubricant for dog grooming scissors.

Our Dog Grooming Scissor Oil in 15ml is available online, so please click this link to purchase your own dog grooming scissor oil.