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The term "dilution" in the world of hair styling and maintenance is to thin the appearance of the hair without changing the original hairstyle.This designation also applies to dogs, as some tend to have thick or bushy hair that can be thinned. Doing this requires you to use a pair of canine lenses, one that looks like a pair of scissors with leaves that look like metal combs, however, it would require regular tightening to keep it sharp.
What you need to sharpen your thin scissors is a sharpener, a stick sharpener, honey oil and a cloth.
To sharpen, you need to put your shear plate in the case door and set the groove to clamp onto the blade. Then turn the grinding wheel and add it to the sharpening and delimitation setting. Let the unit run and then turn it off when it is ready. Next, you need to tighten each cam of the dog's grooming thinning shears using a rod screen, which looks like a long, narrow stick that would fit between each tooth. Use the latch, slide it between each tooth by sliding it in and out of the grooves. This has to be done for about four to six times for each blade to remove all burrs and tighten.
Afterwards, the shears have been rinsed with cold water. Make sure it is well dried before applying a thin layer of honey oil to the leaves. Then use a cloth to wipe off any debris due to the sharpening. Last but not least, keep your shears smooth, especially after each use. Pay attention not only to the blades but also to the center screw so that you do not have difficulty separating the blades.