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Groom Professional Stripping Knife £6.95
There are 26 reviews with an average rating of 4.80
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner07 June 2017 22:27
I've just started hand stripping my two borders and these knives have really helped in the difficult areas like the legs and chest, where the hair is a little more stubborn.
Easy to use and great quality.
Angela from United KingdomOwner05 May 2020 11:30
I'm really pleased with this product especially as it is the first time I have used this. I have a Border Terrier who does not like me hand stripping him so this is a great way of keeping him tidy.
Donna from United KingdomOwner18 August 2015 14:34
Absolutely brilliant on my two Norfolk Terriers who are looking gorgeous at the moment, I bought these after having them recommended to me by a friend and shall certainly recommend them to anyone.
Sambo from United KingdomOwner02 September 2012 16:08
Good product, an aid to handstripping. Used to remove the dead coa**e coat which is plucked out during handstripping, also dragged through thick undercoats which appear untidy.
Matt from IrelandOwner31 October 2015 14:11
Does a great job of stripping that dead hair off my little cavalier and leaves her coat so shiny and healthy looking. Take care when using as it's quite sharp
Debbie from United KingdomOwner02 April 2020 16:05
The stripping knife is lovely and sharp, feels strong and will buy another.
tina from IrelandOwner11 May 2017 15:06
This blade is so easy and comfortable to use.very affordable, does a great job.
Kelly from United KingdomOwner14 April 2020 17:18
This stripping knife is a great product , great value for money
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner08 November 2016 13:20
Easy to use on my Parson Russell Terrier. Great price too.
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner16 March 2012 19:34
Quality productand exellent service from Christies
Jessica from Italy asks
do you have also a left handed stripping knife?
Steph from United Kingdom asks
Hi Which one would I need for a sprocker spaniel?
Gill from United Kingdom asks
Are these suitable for legs on a working cocker spaniel please as an alternative to hand stripping