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Carding Comb for De-shedding & Stripping Undercoats

Carding Comb for De-shedding & Stripping Undercoats
Carding Comb for De-shedding & Stripping Undercoats
Ex Tax: $30.00
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  • Model: crd-cmb

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Disclaimer: This is layman’s description intended for product information only. NZ Show Dogs accept no responsibility or liability associated with this product, description, tips or use and advises you to seek professional advice.

The Carding Comb has evenly distributed steel teeth for de-shedding and stripping undercoat from your dog.  The carding comb will save you time and frustration when you dogs has blown is coat, quickly removing the dead hair allowing quicker coat regrowth, minimizing that patchy look on short coat thick breeds like the Corgi, Labradors, Pugs, Saint Bernard's and bring out the shine on Pointers, Dalmatians, Dobermans, Boxers, Using the carding comb will also help prevent all that short dead hair accumulating around the house during moulting season. 

Regular use not only removes the dirt, dust and dander, but improves the coat by increasing the natural oils in the skin that promote a shiny coat. Carding has been long used in the show horse world and started off with diy tools such as blunt hacksaw blades, now you can have a purpose design tool just right for the job. 

This is a great addition to your hand stripping tool kit. Unlike the furminator type products this does not have a blade - it has individual teeth!

  • Ergonomic Design allows for better control than T-shaped brushes
  • Made of:  Natural Beechwood & Stainless Steel

Approx. Size:   

    • Small: 7.5 cm,
    • Medium: 10 cm
    • Large: 12.5cm

Handy Tip: Carding the Coat

In a similar technique to using a stripping knife, place the carding comb on an angle almost flat against the coat. Make short strokes to drag the hair between the comb teeth always in the direction of coat growth.  Your comb should have removed loose and dead coat.

  •             Make sure to check occasionally that you are removing the entire hairs. If you find cut hairs - adjust your technique so that follow the direction of growth and keep the comb straight.
  •             Existing skin or coat conditions will be further aggravated with carding, so is best avoided. 

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