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Hi everyone!
So maybe it is just me but I have heard a lot of good things about the Jelly Scrubber lately. Just wanted to know what you think? Is it as good as they say?

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I use mine mostly for bathing. I like that it can curry down into the hair and that it's soft on the hand. It's not too rough for legs and parts of the face either.
 

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I love mine for bathing, but that's the only time I use it. My guy only gets bathed a handful of times a year, but it's worth it to have it for those occasions. Otherwise I never use it... Just my regular rubber curry comb for regular grooming.
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I love my jelly scrubbers -- they are honestly the only thing that I use for a curry or a stiff brush any more. My "standard" groom kit consists of a jelly scrubber, a medium stiff brush, and a hoof pick. Those are the only tools I use consistently and my horses look great.
 

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I love jelly scrubbers for bathing and currying! Works better than a regular currying comb. Too bad I lost mine :/
 

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I love these! We have a couple at work (not enough haha), and they are brilliant at getting mud, and especially stable muck off. I find that regular curries aren't as good as getting off that dried on crud that is inevitably all over the horses after a night inside, and seeing as all 23 of ours are in overnight at the moment... That's a lot of crud!
 
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Cool! Sounds like a great curry =) Can't wait to try it sometime!
 

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I love mine - I use it on the entire body for grooming and bathing. Works great on short haired cats and dogs too! I won't buy a rubber curry again.
 

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I honestly love my jelly scrubber! Especially in the winter months. As I own a white horse, I face the problem of dirt and stuff on his legs and belly. I use the face curry side to scrub the dirt off and it works very well! That's really all I use it for though.
 

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I use two jelly scrubbers at once, working as a form of massage down the hind end of my horse, past the hocks, and onto the pastern. Instead of currying only, I add enough pressure to move the skin and hair in a side to side, or even up and down movement. It loosens up the muscle and fascia tissue and brings blood to the area. My guy seems to move more loosely in the warm up. It is like a form of massage. Good especially in cooler months.
 
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