What care and maintenance is required for grooming tables?
Look after your table well to extend its lifetime. Poor care can significantly shorten a table’s life, especially for electric models (motors and fur don’t mix – same with clippers and dryers). At the end of every day, blow or brush all fur off the table-top, wipe it clean and dry it. Take extra care to blow or brush out fur from under and around table legs, the motor and pedals, especially around any moving parts to reduce the fur entering the mechanics. Wipe and keep the table dry to avoid rust or stains, paying attention to any stainless-steel parts such as the grooming arm (stainless steel is rust resistant, not rust proof). For hydraulic and electric tables, return them to their lowest position at the end of every day, or when being stored for longer periods.