Master Grooming Tools Ergonomic Undercoat Rakes

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Our Master Grooming Tools™ Ergonomic Undercoat Rakes remove undercoat and loose, dead hair with speed and efficiency. Rakes feature hardened steel teeth and a contoured handle for ease of use.
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Type Price Each Black Powder
Type Long Pins Price Each Black Powder

Type Short Pins Price Each Black Powder

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Specifically designed by groomers to increase comfort and reduce repetitive motion injury, our Master Grooming Tools™ Ergonomic Undercoat Rakes glide through coats. The wide girth and contoured shape of the ergonomic handle allows the hand and wrist to remain in a more natural position reducing tension on the muscles and joints,dramatically reducing the risk of repetitive motion disorder.
  • Rakes remove undercoat and loose, dead hair with speed and efficiency
  • Ribbed rubber grip is permanently double molded onto the handle
  • Provides gentle cushioning and non-slip reassurance for greater control — even when hands are wet!
Each tool is attractively packaged for retail and backed by a lifetime guarantee! Our Master Grooming Tools Undercoat Rakes are available in Black Powder in 20 short pins and 20 long pins styles.

Material: Hardened steel teeth; Permanently double molded ribbed rubber grip
Available in Black Powder coated

Short Pin Style
Pins: ½" long
Overall Size: 5½"L x 3"W

Long Pin Style
Pins: ¾" long
Overall Size: 5½"L x 3"W 

Best used with line brush or layer brush technique: Starting at the lower rear area of the back legs, push the fur up with one hand, and using the rake in the other hand, brush the fur out from under the hand in "layers" or "lines." This tecnique allows the pins to reach all the way to the skin to remove as much loose fur as possible with the least effort for the groomer, and less stress and pulling on the coat for the pet.
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