Roma Pulling Comb with Wooden Handle

$2.79
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Roma Pulling Comb with Wooden Handle

$2.79

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Roma Pulling Comb with Wooden Handle

The Roma Pulling Comb with Wooden Handle is a beautiful comb that comes with a wooden handle. The thinning of a horse’s mane is a tough job and this Pulling Comb with Wooden Handle serves as a great tool for accomplishing this job. The Comb is a powerful and robust tool, which can come in handy for pulling any mane.

Product Features:

  • This pulling comb comes with wooden handle.
  • It makes a tough job like combing horse's mane seem easy.
  • The wooden handle doesn't give strain to your hand.


Item Specifications:

Material:
Wooden handle

Dimensions:
8" L x 1" W

Product Reviews by Customers

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better for arthritic hands than the little combes
Delia D on Nov 27, 2015
Always needed
Janet W on Apr 7, 2014
Just purchased a Haflinger. I want to try and thin his mane before my husband roaches it off!!!
Susan C on Jun 30, 2014
I needed a pulling comb.
Eliza E on Apr 1, 2014
i need a comb or brush for a horse that will not shed all of her coat ?
A shopper on May 2, 2015
Best Answer: This is a comb to pull the mane, likely not suitable for grooming in general. Do they make Furminators for horses? Something with fine, closely spaced teeth may be a better option.
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