If you have thin to average toenails, are able to bend down to reach them, have no difficulty making a pinching motion with your hand AND don't like clipping over the trash or picking up flying clippings, you will love the Neat Clip.
1. Wash your feet in warm, soapy water or use after a shower or bath. Clean, softened toenails are the goal.
2. Starting at one edge of your toenail and finishing at the other end, carefully cut to the length you’d like. Keep the cutting edges tilted up slightly so clippings drop into the catcher.
3. To empty, hold your clipper over the trash with the cutting edges facing up. Slide the catcher off the clipper and dump it. Then slide the empty catcher back on the clipper.
NOTE: Trim your toenails straight across, rather than rounding the corners, to help prevent ingrown toenails.
It’s best to keep your clippers in a dry environment. If they get wet, dry them with a clean towel. While holding the clippers over the trash, slowly pull the catcher off the clipper body and empty the clippings. Tap both parts gently to dislodge any trapped clippings and then reattach the catcher.