Make single cuts, holding one lock out at a time. Comb against the fur.
Make rapid cuts to even out the fur.
Can I sharpen my SCAREDY CUT blades?
We recently began manufacturing Scaredy Cut without a serrated blade because it cuts thick fur more easily.
So check your clipper: does it have a serrated lower blade? If it does, you may sharpen the upper blade with a traditional shear sharpener. We don't recommend sharpening the serrated blade.
If the lower blade is not serrated, then we encourage you to sharpen both blades.
What combs are included in the kit?
Can I use SCAREDY CUT on a very sensitive pet?
If you can brush them, you can SCAREDY CUT them. When first acquainting your pet with SCAREDY CUT, let them sniff the comb and then brush them gently. This way, your pet will greet your SCAREDY CUT as a familiar friend!
Do I need to bathe my pet before grooming?
Not at all. Dirty fur will dull blades over time and so our professional advice is to bathe your pet first. However, we believe that your pet's comfort and happiness is ALL that matters, so groom that dirty fuzzball whenever it's a good time for them.
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- Jessica L. (owner of Oreo)
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"Angel feels more comfortable with her pet parent giving her the Royal Treatment!"
- Karen G. (owner of Angel)
"Mowgli gets vicious toward groomers and vets. To my amazement, he sat perfectly still while I groomed him [with Scaredy Cut] - he even seemed to enjoy it! - and he looks absolutely adorable."