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Artero Groomers Stone £4.95
Christies Groomers Stone
It's like a stripping stone only better.
This new grooming tool has just become available. Use like a brush to remove dead hair, dirt and bring out the oils on an animal's coat. Unlike a stripping stone, it does not have an odour, does not leave grit on hands or animal.
As they have been sterilised, there are no pathogens. Easy to clean, by rubbing on a rough surface, to expose a new layer of pores.
There are 21 reviews with an average rating of 4.76
Sambo from United KingdomOwner02 September 2012 16:11
Great product, used as an aid to handstripping. Makes handstripping easier, use to brush the coa**e hairs backwards (in the opposite way of growth) to pluck any out which you may have missed and make a tidier area.
Sarah from United KingdomOwner05 June 2020 15:55
The stone fits comfortably in the palm of the hand, and all you have to do is cuddle your dog and stroke it with the stone. You wouldn't *be-lieve* the amount of hair that comes off! RECOMMENDED.
Sarah from United KingdomOwner04 July 2018 21:06
Fantastic for hand stripping my Irish terrier , this is the second one I've bought for myself and have also bought for friends to try , great product will definitely be buying more in the future
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner08 April 2020 19:05
Just what I needed to hand strip my Westie - helps ease the pain of my arthritis. Fits neatly in the palm of my hand and gives a really good grip without breaking the hair. Delighted!
Lucy from SloveniaOwner28 August 2018 19:28
A MUST for maintaining a wiry, tight-fitting coat of pure black or “pepper and salt” schnauzer. Great for removing the undercoat and the mature topcoat. I use it on weekly basis.
Lynne from United KingdomOwner14 December 2016 00:20
I already had one of these artero stones, I was expecting something new
They are pretty good but they do leave a sulphur smell and they are gritty. Don't let it put you off though.
Robb from United KingdomOwner30 May 2017 14:27
From a peach coloured dry bogbrush fur which came away with no fuss to a GLOSSY RED SETTER after shampoo and conditioner. Pure magic and he loved it too.
Anonymous from United Kingdom23 August 2013 22:16
Haven't got to grips with this yet the plain stripping stones are easier to handle but I am sure with more use this will be equally useful. Anything is worth trying to reduce stress for both my dogs and myself
JANE from United Kingdom03 March 2021 16:41
I hadn't realised that a pumice stone could be used for handstripping. Plan is to use on a weekly basis after the next groom and hopefully will mean that we can reduce the number of handstrips over time.
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner12 June 2020 10:48
Excellent product does what it’s intended for