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Cleaning Conair Simple Cut haircutter

I want to clean out the hair that has accumulated behind the blade that is attached to the Conair haircutter without damaging the product or violating any warranty. If I remove the two screws that lock the blade in place, the blade will still be attached. How do remove the blade, clean out the accumulated hair, then reattach the blade?

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Go to a Sally Beauty supply and purchase a can of the blade wash. It is relativly inexpensive. You dip your blades into ths special wash and it cleans the blades and keep them sharp and is safe. DO NOT take the heads apart, Let the pros do that but blade cleaner you immerse them in and trust me it is what we pros use.

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