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    12-26-2010, 11:31 PM
Talking Also what are your favorite Grooming Brushes? (Looking for new ones)

Title says most of it. I'm also looking for some new grooming brushes and I want the best of the best but I have no clue which brand is the best so just let me know what your favorite brand is and i'll go check it out! Thanks so much!!
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    12-27-2010, 12:57 AM
I love the oster brushes. And you can buy them in pink!
    12-27-2010, 08:57 PM
Tough One is making a set that is really nice and comes in all kinds of colors including lime green.
    12-27-2010, 09:02 PM
I don't have favorite brands, just favorite products, including:
Jelly scrubber

Goathair soft body brush (to get fine dust off)
    12-27-2010, 09:21 PM
Love the jelly scrubber I have had mine for years!
    12-27-2010, 09:29 PM
Why do you guys like the jelly scrubber? (Haha just wanted to know cause i'm going shopping tomorrow for some grooming supplies and my big tack store! They have those big 10 gallon buckets just filled with one type of grooming supply its amazing!) Okay yea sorry just had to say that haha but yea why do you guys like them and what are some other of your favorites??
    12-27-2010, 09:36 PM
They are more malleable than the regular curry combs, but they get the dirt out and off just as well - they're super for using on the legs as you don't want to use anything hard on the legs. They have a bigger bumpy side which is great for the horse's entire body, and a softer, smaller bumpy side for sensitive places like the face. Love. I will never go back to a regular curry.
    12-27-2010, 10:54 PM
I love the jelly scrubber too. I also like the paddle type brushes for horses manes, I brush my tails too so they work really well to get the tangles out without too much pain. I just use a hairbrush from Wal-Mart but I believe Oster sells them and other brands too.
    12-27-2010, 11:08 PM
I love the Oster brushes. I bought the set a few years ago. I wash them in the washing machine once a month and they are still like brand new. I love the jelly scrubber too. My filly loves to have her bath with it especially when she is shedding!
    12-28-2010, 10:23 PM
The jelly scubber is great because its very flexible and you can get into all the nooks that are hard to get with a regular curry comb. Then when its gets dirt you can just wash it off with a hose. Or I slap it on the wall and the dirt comes right off. Also the side with the bigger bumps on it is like a massager so my horse really likes it on his back and stuff. Another thing is that its super cheap too. They are like a buck at my tack store. Its also great for the winter because I can still wear gloves and fit it over my hands. All around a great buy. I think the Tough One brushes are just like the Oster ones, but cheaper. They are great. They have a nice shape that flows with the horses body and are made very well. They have an awesome comb brush that goes right through my horses mane and tail. Oh and they make a really good hoof pick.

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