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How do I clean my Philips OneBlade?

Updated on 2022-06-28

Cleaning and maintaining your Philips OneBlade is easy. To clean your Philips OneBlade follow our simple instructions below.

Cleaning after every use

Cleaning your OneBlade after each use allows it to work efficiently, giving you the best possible shave and trim.

Luckily, removing dirt and hairs from your blade and OneBlade combs couldn't be easier.

Simply blow on the comb and blade to remove hairs after use. Avoid banging your OneBlade on the sink of any hard surfaces, because this can damage the blade.

Thorough cleaning method

Every now and then your OneBlade will accumulate dirt of hairs, and require a more thorough clean. Below you will find instructions on how to do this. 

Note: if your OneBlade comes equipped with a charging port cover, please ensure it is firmly closed before washing the handle or getting it wet.
  1. To avoid causing damage to your OneBlade, do not bang the handle against the sink or any other hard surface.
  2. After each use blow off any hair accumulated on the blade, before turning on your OneBlade and rinsing it with some lukewarm water. 
  3. Remove any combs or attachments and rinse them separately with lukewarm water.
Allow your OneBlade and any attachments to air dry. Do not dry the blade with a towel or tissue.

For more details on how to use, clean and maintain your Philips OneBlade please refer to your digital user manual or contact us.

Please note: the accessories provided with your product may differ from those shown in the illustration below, however the cleaning instructions provided are applicable to all OneBlade models.

The information on this page applies to the following models: QP2510/10 , QP2520/20 , QP2530/20 .

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