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    05-22-2009, 03:34 PM
What's in your brush box?

Just wondering what in yours. In mine I have...

-rubber curry comb
-mane comb
-tail brush
-soft body brush
-3 dandy brushes
-hoof pick
-cowboy magic detangler
- shedding brush

That's all I can think of right now.
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    05-22-2009, 03:52 PM
It'll be interesting to read all the replies. ;) Here's what in mine:

Stiff brush
Tiny face brush
Dandy brush
Face/soft brush
Rubber curry comb
Jelly scrubber
Mane/tail brush
Pulling comb
Fly spray
Boyfly knife
Sweat scraper
    05-22-2009, 05:11 PM
Here is what is in mine:

- rubber curry comb
- mane/tail brush and comb
- shedding blade
- Slick N' Easy block
- soft face brush
- medium stiff brushes
- hoof pick
- jelly scrubber
- corona
- small spray bottle with mane/tail conditioner
- small leatherman
- detangler
- hoof conditioner
- snot rags

I keep a bucket with all of her wash stuff in it separately.
    05-22-2009, 05:36 PM
Too much crap!

Honestly, it needs cleaning out!
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    05-22-2009, 05:46 PM
Let's see...

- Rubber curry
- Hard brush
- Soft/face brush
- Hoof pick
- Mane/Tail comb and brush
- Ointment for quick treatment of minor scratches
- Crop
- Shedding Blade

I try to keep my grooming box as empty and organized as possible. I keep my detanglers, conditioners, etc in my locker. I also have my bathing stuff in a bucket.
    05-22-2009, 06:21 PM
Green Broke
Just about the same as you all...um...

2 soft brush
1 face brush
2 those brushes with the knobs on the tips
Hoof pick
HORSE HAIR lol I was saving it
Slick n easy block
Shedding blade
Conditioner spray mane tail
Rubber bands
Comb for braids
Hmm.....i think that's about it....
    05-22-2009, 11:17 PM
Slick'n'easy block (my all time favourite piece of kit I love it lots!)
Hoof pick
Pull comb
Antibacterial ointment
Face brush
Body brush
Curry comb
Curry glove
Shedding blade
Human hairbrush (I find it works great on tails)
Hoof linament
Fly repellant
Vet wraps
A couple of combs I think mane combs

Ahhh geez I have so much stuff I had to get a bigger bag.
    05-22-2009, 11:45 PM
Rubber curry
Soft face curry
Soft face brush
Stiff brush
Dandy brush
Soft brush
Hoof pick
Mane & tail brush
Fly spray
Slick & easy block

That's about it in my main grooming kit but I have a bathing kit,banding kit & first aid kit also
    05-23-2009, 12:16 AM
  • 2 hard brushes
  • 3 soft brushes
  • face brush
  • main/tail brush
  • pull comb
  • round jelly curry w/ a handle
  • round rubber curry
  • jelly scrubber
  • sponge brush
  • a few sponges of various sizes
  • sweat scraper
  • hoof pick
  • massager
  • clippers
  • towel
  • fly spray
  • MTG
  • ointment
  • scissors
  • gauze
  • Suave apple shampoo
  • treats
  • bug spray (for me)
    05-23-2009, 09:46 AM
I have;

- One soft brush.
- Two hard brushes, different stiffness'.
- One (wrecked) soft brush (that we use to apply some cream).
- Wrecked tail brush (doesn't work).
- Mane and tail comb.
- Rubber curry comb.
- Metal curry comb.
- Two sponges, it was three but my friends dog ate one. :@
- Two hoof picks.
- A sweat scraper.
- Scissors.
- Fly repellent.
- 'No-Knots' A mane and tail spray that removes knots!

And that's about all for my grooming box.
My first aid box and such is a whole nothing lonnng list! Haha.

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