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Metal Curry Comb

$4.99
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Metal Curry Comb

$4.99

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Product Summary:

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Metal Curry Comb
 
  • Reversible with teeth suited for thin and thick coats. *Teeth color may vary*
  • Plastic handle.
  • Assorted colors, please let us pick a color for you.

Item Specifications:

  • Overall Length (from the top of the metal comb part to the bottom of the
    handle): 9 1/4"
  • Width of Comb (the metal part measured from side to side): 4 1/4"


Product Reviews by Customers

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Works great clearing the winter coat
JILL R on May 24, 2015
need a nuther one
MARGO W on Feb 13, 2015
Stocking up the trailer to make things easier and got an extra one of these.
Sandy W on Mar 27, 2015
Need it
Richard W on Dec 20, 2014
Is the blade stainless steel?
Bill V on Apr 14, 2014
Best Answer: no, but it is an excellent quality and long lasting! Left one of mine out in winter weather and didn't find it til' spring. It rusted but I was able to clean SOS steel wool pad, after well dried, I oiled it and it still works great!
Reply · Report · RAE N on Apr 16, 2014
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I can't seem to get the pin to release to flip the blade over. What am i doing wrong?
A shopper on May 18, 2015
Best Answer: I am wondering if you may misunderstand the mechanism. Just grab the tip of the curry comb (best with leather gloves) and pull it away from the handle. It should give about 1/2 inch (spring loaded) and you can turn it, then let it snap back. If it's a used one and quite dirty it may take a bit more strength. But there is no switch or pin, just brute strength against the spring that holds it.
Good luck! ;-)
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