Hoof Cleaning Brush

$2.89
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Hoof Cleaning Brush

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Hoof Cleaning Brush

The Hoof Cleaning Brush is a two-in-one tool that will save your time and energy. You can clean your horse’s hoofs and the stud threads with same tool. This Hoof Cleaning Brush is a versatile tool, which has super stiff nylon bristles that helps in removing dirt. It has a durable plastic non-slip and grip handle.

Product Features:

  • Stiff PVC bristles with wooden handle are perfect for hoof cleaning.
  • It can also be used to clean buckets.
  • It is made up of durable plastic.


Item Specifications:

Dimensions:
9" L x 2" W

Product Reviews by Customers

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Local store no longer carries it. Mine is worn out.
Charlotte R on Jan 26, 2016
I like clean hooves.
Deborah B on Nov 30, 2015
EVEN IN JANUARY WE ARE IN THE MIDST OF MUD SEASON. UNABLE TO FIND THE ONE I ONCE HAD.
PHYLLIS H on Jan 1, 2016
I needed a hoof cleaning brush
Laura N on Nov 19, 2015
The description says "with wooden handle" but then continues to say that it's "made up of durable plastic". So which is it? Is it a wooden brush, or a plastic brush?
Anne M on Aug 19, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Anne! That is very confusing the way it's worded! I ordered this same brush, and the handle is wooden, the bristles are plastic. I'm VERY hard on this brush (brushing out rocky/gravelly hooves on 5 horses a day 3-5 days a week) and it's held up really well. I don't think I've lost a single bristle yet, which is almost freakish. Handle has held up to being stomped on etc. I'd recommend it. Hope that helps!
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