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post #1 of 7 Old 10-20-2013, 09:40 PM Thread Starter
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Grooming with that slick brick

Does that little brick you can get at Tractor Supply really work to scrape off the bot eggs? I forget the name of it at the moment but I know it's a little black block that you can use to groom horses!
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post #2 of 7 Old 10-20-2013, 09:44 PM
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Slick N Easy... I do believe some reviewers noted it can be used for bot eggs.

Or, you can get a bog egg knife.

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Works for me! Make sure to brush the mud and muck off first though- it works best on clean dry fur to scrape them off.
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A cheap disposable razor works really good.
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it works really well, IMO...but I personally use it more to take the pills off sweaters. I use it on them just prior to cleaning them, and it makes them good as new!

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Yep! I love mine, it works great when my bot egg knife "mysteriously" disappears into another person's tack trunk.

It also is fantastic for removing loose hair, I prefer it over shedding blades. Less expensive, too!

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Works for me! Make sure to brush the mud and muck off first though- it works best on clean dry fur to scrape them off.
Okay awesome!!! I'm going to buy one soon!!
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