|Material||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic, Rubber||Plastic, Silicone|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||—||—||—||—|
|Brush Type||Pin Brush||Comb||Comb||Slicker Brush||Slicker Brush|
|Small Pet Type||—||—||—||—||Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Chinchilla...|
I’m new to hand stripping. I am just buying a few tools for my Airedale. I don’t show but I do want her to keep her color and have a nice wiry coat. I was so thrilled to find this at Chewy. It came in two days. I live in the sticks so that is amazing. I am still learning brands good vrs bad. This is a great beginner coarse knife. I did dull it.
I LOVE THIS STRIPPING KNIFE!! I have a wooden handle one from ages ago and it doesn't seem to remove the "blown" hairs/coat as well as this stripping knife. This is made well and heavy and feels nice in the hand. I held the skin taught on my pup and using the knife at a 45 degree angle I was able to get quite a few long dead hairs from his coat, leaving the shorter coat, which laid flat against his body. This knife took quite a few dead hairs at one time and I was very pleased. I would purchase this again. I LOVE IT!
I’ve purchased several items for grooming hard-coated terriers. There is a lot of variation in what a stripping tool looks like. Also, I’m not an expert. But I like using this one in a “carding” fashion (like a comb, not gripping hairs). I haven’t tried it for pulling hairs, but I love it.
This was a great find, it is better than a brush to remove and thin out dogs coat with an undercoat.
She was fine with getting stripped with the right tools, made it easier.
This is a really great tool to remove the Fuzzy hair From my longhaired Dachshund. Really work and leaves a natural look.
This is the first time I used a Stripping Knife. I was able to remove my Border Terrier's dead hair. I am very happy that I bought it.
I was very surprised with how great of quality this product is.
Nice tool but way smaller than I expected. Next time I would definitely do a late one for my girl. This might come in handy someday but I may never use it. I wouldn't recommend it for most animals.