Bamboo 3-in-1 Dog Grooming Glove (Colors Vary)
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- Use to remove hair from pet, clothes, and furniture
- Mesh allows water to flow through and dry quickly
- Different sized nubs allow for deeper cleaning
- Hangs for easy storage
- Made from synthetic materials
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Top Customer Reviews
I would NEVER recommend this product to anyone who had pets. neither side worked at all. waste waste waste
The glove does not appear to hurt her at all. I would buy this again and recommend to anyone.
Ironically, she is a little to oily now... I'm not sure if the mitt is stimulating her skin, or we're just loosening the dead cells enough to let the oil distribute through her coat.
I like that we can use the same mitt to wash her down as well, since the little rubber teeth reach and clean her skin, including loosening dead skin cells and helping remove her oils.
The only down side is clearing the brush- I realized you have to take the glove off, and sort of loosely slap it on the ground in order to get the hair out. Not a big deal, but not exactly covered in the instructions either.
I'd be skeptical about the effectiveness on thick-coated dogs... I can't see the rubber teeth really 'getting in there' down to the skin and through their undercoats.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Easy - Nice and soft - my dober-girl loves it. We use this after walks to brush thorns out and Hitchhikers.Published on February 27, 2012 by Jen Helm
I just used this product for the first time & I was amazed on how well it worked. I was very hesitant on buying it just because I read a couple of reviews that said it doesn't do... Read morePublished on July 20, 2011 by Emily
This product does nothing to help with loose fur removal. It picked up almost no hair from my dog. Also the points on the mitt, though small are very sharp and it seemed to... Read morePublished on February 1, 2011 by C. Hadsell
This product seems ineffective. I've used it several times on my long-haired rabbit and it hasn't picked up any hair. Read morePublished on February 14, 2010 by Kay J. Skvorc