Clipping Oil - #10 White
- 4 and 8 oz bottles have screw tops, which helps eliminate leakage and is convenient to use
- 1/2 gallon jug is for refilling small bottles
- Proven to keep blades and combs & cutters cooler than other oils
- Oil is clear to reduce risk of stain to wool fibers and hair
Listed below are recommended optional components or related items. Your particular situation may require alternative recommendations. Please call and talk to our consultants if there are any questions at 800-282-6631.
Guard Dog ToolsItem #831100 -
Battery operated cordless clipping machine for livestock and pets. Perfect for grooming all hair types including dogs, sheep, cattle and horses.$197.00
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Sheep shearing machine for those new to shearing or with small to medium flocks.$324.00
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Eric D from Ohio
Great value and product. Service can't be beat!!
Travis S from Minnesota
Great Product I use it when shearing all year round.
Melinda M from Iowa
I am new to shearing but knew I would be using the recommended oil that came with my Premier Shearer. A nice light oil that keep the shearer (and myself) going with no staining or smell.
Steve A from Iowa
I have tried other oils in the past for my shears but nothing keeps them as clean and well lubricated as Premier's Shearing Oil. Other oils have allowed my blades to tarnish and rust over the course of just one season. This oil keeps them looking new year after year. I will always keep a half gallon on hand.
Gary K from Washington
Over the past 20 years Premier has been our first go to for many shearing items including the LARGE sized #10 clipping oil. We have saved the original small bottles that come with the new clippers, re-fill the small bottles and use those during shearing. Something of a no brainer $ wise. Does exactly what it is supposed to do, as long as you really use it. Does not stain llama fiber at all. One of the other comments talks about lube/cooler sprays and is quite accurate, not a good idea. We use clipper oil, and blow out the blades occasionally with compressor air to get dirt out. The oil is applied AFTER blowing out the teeth.