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King Clippercide Spray for Hair Clippers

By King Research

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Size: 12 oz.
Quantity: One
Sally Item # SBS-585300

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King Clippercide Spray for Hair Clippers is a unique "5-in-1" formula for hair clipper blades; disinfects, lubricates, cleans, cools and prevents rust.

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  • Kills HIV-1 (the AIDS virus) on tools and blades
  • Effective against bacteria, viruses and fungus
  • Reduces friction and guards against rust
  • Disinfects in just 10 minutes
  • Eliminates dirt and grime

King Clippercide Spray is used by barbers, hair stylists, veteriarians and pet groomers. It is used as Tuberculocidal hospital disinfectant. Effective against bacteria, viruses and fungus.

 

Use Clippercide between customers to meet state board rules. Kills HIV-1 (the AIDS virus) on tools and blades.

 

Reduces friction and guards against rust helping to prolong clipper life. Use the aerosol sprayer to blow hair and dirt from between clipper teeth cleaning and at the same time cooling the clippers blades.
Thoroughly clean clipper blades, removing any organic soil. Hold can upright about 6 to 8" away from surface with clipper turned off. Spray through teeth of clipper blades covering all surfaces after each use. Keep surfaces moist fo 10 minutes - allow to air dry.
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A must have! Whether you are a licensed professional, make up artist, or student, this is a must have. I never leave for a job without this in my kit. Safety and sanitation is so crucial. That's why I would recommend this to anyone in these fields. It's quick and effective, and gets the job done. August 26, 2011
everyday user I am a satisfied user. we use this in school and would reccomend this to anyone for their clippers or siccors December 13, 2010
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