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  • Is it normal for new hairbrushes to shed bristles

 
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    12-03-2010, 12:45 PM
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Question Question about brushes

I just bought 3 new brushes from the tack shop. I got a stiffer natural hair brush, a really soft natural hair brush, and an Oster soft brush. I was brushing my horse with them and they worked really well but they left some bristles on him. Not clumps, just one or two here and there. I tried pulling some out but I got a few but not a whole clump. Is this normal for this to happen?
     
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    12-03-2010, 02:01 PM
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Green Broke
Yes, natural hair brushes will always shed as the hair will snap occasionaly. The oster brush will also occasionaly shed, generaly at the beggining of its life!
     
    12-03-2010, 04:58 PM
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Yes, natural hair brushes will always shed as the hair will snap occasionaly. The oster brush will also occasionaly shed, generaly at the beggining of its life!
Ok! Haha thanks. I was a bit worried LOL
     
    12-03-2010, 07:00 PM
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Weanling
With new brushes, you should expect there to be a bit of brush fall, as not all the bristles would have been put into the brush equally, so some will be in looser and will come out.
     

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