Professional Animal Division U.S.A.
FAQ

Where can I buy replacement parts or receive repair service?

Replacement parts can be purchased by calling 800-PRO-WAHL or by sending your complete clipper to:

Wahl Clipper
Attn: Repair Division
3001 N. Locust St.
Sterling, Illinois 61081

My clipper wont feed through the hair

Chances are that the clipper is functioning properly, however the problem usually is within the blade set. Most often, the blade sets may be dull or have a buildup of dirt and hair. Sometimes all it takes is one hair trapped between the top and bottom blades to affect the cutting performance of the blades. Remove the blade from the clipper and use the cleaning brush provided to remove any accumulated dirt and hair. Oil generously with the Wahl blade oil and reassemble. If the blade is dull or worn, you may elect to have it resharpened at the factory, credible sharpening service, or purchase a new blade at your local Wahl dealer.

Can my blades be sharpened?

Most Wahl blades are designed for maximum life and can be resharpened by Wahl Clipper or a credible independent sharpening service. Check with your local Wahl dealer or call 800-PRO-WAHL for information regarding your clipper and blades.

Do I need to oil my blades?

It is strongly recommended that you keep your blades well lubricated at all times, even during storage between usage. Although Wahl blades are protected from corrosion, they will eventually rust if not taken care of properly. It is suggested that you apply a liberal amount of oil occasionally during use and after the job is finished. Take the time to properly clean the dirt and hair from your blade and apply oil to the entire blade to prevent corrosion.

What kind of oil should I use?

Every Wahl Clipper is packaged with a tube or bottle of Wahl blade oil. It is recommended that you use only Wahl oil on your blades. Other aerosol type lubricants can evaporate leaving the metal susceptible to corrosion.

Do I need to buy blade coolant?

The majority of our clippers do not require blade coolant sprays, however some of the high performance, high speed professional units may require the use of coolants for the comfort of the animal.