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The original humane grooming tool. It is ergonomically designed and fun to use and contains top quality, precision-engineered, hardened, stainless steel blades. This ingenious comb is designed to shorten and thin hair by way of back-combing and then thinning or shortening via a clipping action.
The Solorake is a fabulously handy hair groomer and mane/tail thinner, perfect for preening horses and ponies. Whatever your reason for using it, you can be sure the Solorake has got your back. Horses often need a shorter mane during the warmer months, helping to regulate their body temperature and stop them from overheating. With a coarse 9 teeth blade, the Solorake removes chunky winter coats with ease and comfort, no tugging or yanking necessary. Simply rake through until thinned to your liking. The thinner 17 teeth blade can be used to style your horse's mane, providing the sharp and slick 'pulled look' you were hoping for. Whatever the occasion, your horse will be the mane event with his new luscious locks. With a special two headed blade design, there will be no more horsing around with the Solorake. This tool will save you time and money whilst also making the whole preening process a lot smoother and easier for you and your four-legged friend. Not to be ignored, the Solorake can also be used on smaller furry friends such as cats and dogs. The Solorake really is one of the most versatile tools around for your horse. Size: 18cm x 6.5cm Colour: Red/Black How to use. - Start with a clean, tangle free mane or tail (using a conventional pulling comb or brush to remove tangles). - Simply rake using even vertical strokes, with little pressure. Your Solorake can also be used under the mane or flip the mane over the rake from the other side. - When it comes to tails, rake on alternative sides to produce the desired shape. For a more pulled tail look, continue in the middle of the tail. - For sensitive areas, we recommend you use the SoloComb (sold separately). How to clean: Remove dirt and hair from the gaps between the blades with a brush (an old toothbrush is appropriate). Use a damp cloth to clean the handle of your SoloRake.