Equus Competitive Toenail Nipper R/Spring Concave Jaw 6′ Plain Handle SS

Equus Toenail Nipper R/Spring Concave Jaw 6″ Stainless Steel

Crafted from surgical stainless steel, and recognized by their finely finished surface, our instruments are designed to perform with precise surgical function. They are also conceived to be affordable. It is this combination that distinguishes the Equus brand from the others. Lifetime Guarantee.

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6 inch concave jaw nail nipperEquus Toenail Nipper R/Spring Concave Jaw 6″ Plain Handle Stainless Steel

Crafted from surgical stainless steel, and recognized by their finely finished surface, our instruments are designed to perform with precise surgical function. They are also conceived to be affordable. It is this combination that distinguishes the Equus brand from the others. Lifetime Guarantee.

Packaging:
1/Pkg.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a toenail nipper?

A toenail nipper is an instrument used for cutting or clipping nails. It consists of two parts: The handle and the blade that cuts through the nail. A good pair of toenail clippers should be able to clip both long and short nails with ease. They can also help you remove ingrown hairs from around the toes as well as any other hard-to-reach places like under the big toe.

How do I use my toenail nipper correctly?

To get started using the new toenail nipper, first find out where exactly the nail beds are located. Once you know which part of the foot needs attention, simply place the tip of the tool against the skin and press down firmly until you hear a click. This will indicate that you have successfully clipped the nail.

What are some benefits of cutting nails?

There are many benefits associated with regularly trimming the fingernails and toenails. Here are some reasons why it makes sense to keep them looking neat and healthy:
1. Nails protect the fingers and toes from injury. When you cut off all of the nails, there is nothing protecting the fingertips and toes from getting injured by sharp objects such as knives, scissors, etc. By keeping the nails trimmed, you ensure that these areas remain protected.
2. Nails provide traction on slippery surfaces. Without proper traction, you could easily slip and fall while walking upstairs or even just standing still. Having strong nails helps give you better footing so you won’t lose balance.
3. Nails act as a barrier between the hands and items that might cause damage if they were to come into contact with the fingertips. For example, if you accidentally touch something hot, you may avoid burning the hand.
4. Nails help maintain hygiene. Keeping the nails trimmed prevents infections and fungus growth. These conditions can make the nails appear yellowish and brittle.
5. Nails grow back faster than hair does. Because nails grow much quicker than hair, they need to be kept shorter to allow time for regrowth. However, too little maintenance can result in weak, thinning nails.
6. Nails strengthen the grip. Stronger nails mean stronger grips, making it easier to hold onto things without slipping.

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What happens if you never cut the nails?

Nails naturally grow over time. As we age, however, our nails begin to thicken and become less flexible. Eventually, they start breaking and splitting. Over time, this process leads to thickened, discolored nails that eventually turn black.
When you let the nails go unkempt, they can weaken and break apart. This results in painful stubs that often require medical treatment. Some people who suffer from diabetes experience similar problems because their blood sugar levels fluctuate wildly.

How long should I wait before clipping my nails again?

It’s important not to rush through the process of removing the nails. It takes about two weeks for new nails to fully develop. During this period, the patient shouldn’t attempt to file or shape the nails at all. Doing so could lead to permanent damage.
After two weeks, you’re ready to resume normal activities like playing sports, gardening, working outside, etc. At this point, it can safely get rid of any remaining rough spots on the nails.

Source: (healthlinkbc.ca)

6 inch concave jaw toenail nipper
Equus Competitive Toenail Nipper R/Spring Concave Jaw 6′ Plain Handle SS

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