Hello. I have determined that the buzzcut is the most efficient and optimized haircut for men.

Hello. I have determined that the buzzcut is the most efficient and optimized haircut for men. As such I would like to learn about the following:

1. How to operate and maintain electric hair clippers so that they can be used for much longer than normal without any damage from user error?

2. What could I use as a replacement for the clipper oil sample provided with the machine?

In regards to point 2, I have heard of using sewing machine oil as a substitute however I object to using it as a sewing machine operates much slower compared to hair clippers and also because who knows if it does the skin any harm?

3. Where, when and how much oil should I apply to the clipper machine?

4. How, when and with what do I sterilize the blades or replace them?

5. How, when and with what do I clean the clipper machine?

6. Another thing I would like to figure out is if the corded hairclippers I will use has a AC or DC motor without opening it up

FYI the model of hair clippers I have at my disposal is the "wahl home pro (2616)"

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Frick off

    • 4 weeks ago
      theBoss

      >AC or DC
      Corded, no battery, is AC probably. they say this: Motor/Drive Electromagnetic Vibrating Motor which could mean the "good" kind that is simple and does not rotate. whatever.

      Oil. buy some moron. Pic related will last years. Oil the cutter after every use, run it a few seconds.

      DON'T OVERTHINK CRAP LIKE THIS.

      Frick off

      Short hair on men is a Roman tradition. Frick the Romans and frick off.

      Frick off.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Oil. buy some moron.
        Yeah, but which kind of oil?
        >Pic related will last years.
        Amazon doesn"t deliver to my country.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Prepare

          fractionated coconut oil.

          literally any light oil will work.

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            i wipe mine on my towel after use, oil once every 6 months. I do not know what i am doing just worried about rust being so close to my shower it gets humid. A humidor with a foam insert might be the best for storage/organization

            >fractionated coconut oil
            haha

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              corrosion x, waterproof anything. there is a vid of a guy putting corrosion x on SBC and using it underwater. look for a rc boats thread they might have there own suggestions.

              • 4 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >there
                did you mean their?

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >oil once every 6 months
              this. I used to use and rinse in the shower, oiled maybe every 6 months, never used up a bottle that came with the clippers.

              shaving your own head is the biggest money saving hack for dudes there ever was.

              • 3 weeks ago
                Anonymous

                >oiled maybe every 6 months
                Isn't that less than what the manufacturer recommends?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >fractionated coconut oil.
            That is going to gum up.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          I always just use mineral oil.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        frick off

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Thanks for contributing but you should frick off now.

        easiest is actually hair at ear to shoulder length, just cut off around 6cm twice a year and you're good
        you might look like a bum but who cares

        >at ear length
        The mennonites got a lot of things right but cutting at ear length is not one,

        https://i.imgur.com/Dth7PbJ.jpeg

        Hello. I have determined that the buzzcut is the most efficient and optimized haircut for men. As such I would like to learn about the following:

        1. How to operate and maintain electric hair clippers so that they can be used for much longer than normal without any damage from user error?

        2. What could I use as a replacement for the clipper oil sample provided with the machine?

        In regards to point 2, I have heard of using sewing machine oil as a substitute however I object to using it as a sewing machine operates much slower compared to hair clippers and also because who knows if it does the skin any harm?

        3. Where, when and how much oil should I apply to the clipper machine?

        4. How, when and with what do I sterilize the blades or replace them?

        5. How, when and with what do I clean the clipper machine?

        6. Another thing I would like to figure out is if the corded hairclippers I will use has a AC or DC motor without opening it up

        FYI the model of hair clippers I have at my disposal is the "wahl home pro (2616)"

        Hey OP since you didn’t frick off
        1.any budget clippers are going to burn out with regular use. Expensive stuff will just take longer to burn out. Get a corded model at least and avoid battery bullshit.
        2. Anything greasy that won’t go rancid. Motor oil would would, I would avoid oiling in general because it’s easy to over do it and make it gum up (makes it slow) just keep them dry.
        3.less than one drop on the moving/shearing part while it’s clean and moving, But really just don’t.
        4. Keep em dry will go far against germs. Isopropyl alcohol the rest. But that will take off your oil too.
        5. Every time you use it. Brush off the hair. Dont use oil and you won’t have gunk.
        6. There’s no AC motors in the clippers. Just dc regulators and chink motors.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >1.any budget clippers are going to burn out with regular use. Expensive stuff will just take longer to burn out. Get a corded model at least and avoid battery bullshit.
          Yeah, but how should I use and maintain it so I can get the most out of it?
          >I would avoid oiling in general because it’s easy to over do it and make it gum up
          Mineral oil would do this too?

          >less than one drop on the moving/shearing part while it’s clean and moving
          But the manufacturer recommends something else entirely.

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Frick off

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Short hair on men is a Roman tradition. Frick the Romans and frick off.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Stop touching your butthole oh and frick off

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    easiest is actually hair at ear to shoulder length, just cut off around 6cm twice a year and you're good
    you might look like a bum but who cares

  6. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Your hair clippers come with a book that tells you all of this shit, moron.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      No it doesn't

  7. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    i've had my trimmer for a decade now and it still goes strong after never washing it or oiling it i just use it and put it back in the drawer. it still cuts even though the entire blade parts are rusted

  8. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If you have a full head of hair, and your family has a history of male pattern baldness.
    You'll regret having boring hair once you don't have enough to have it styled.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    get picrel, and some conditioner. put conditioner on your head to lubricate the blade, shave head, rinse.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >get picrel
      What is this?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Hard to say from the pic. My guess is that it's a banana.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Not sure if PrepHole noob so: picrel means pic related, i.e. the picture attached to the post or reply.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    gay

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My girlfriend likes to run her fingers in my full head of hair.

    As for oil, any light oil will do, you don't have to use the hair clipper snake oil specifically. I've used coconut oil with great success.

    You need to sterilize the blades only if you have fungal or bacterial infection. A little alcohol here and there to keep it clean is all you would typically need. Only barber shops have to sterilize their equipment by law because the guy who was there before you might have an itchy scalp due to fungus.

    All your other questions can be answered by reading the instructions that came with the clipper.

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