The Show Tech Groom Stone is the perfect choice for hand stripping without damaging hair. Available in a variety of colours to match the coat, these stones are made of 100% natural pumice stone, which is highly durable and easy to grip. The homogeneous porous surface allows you to pluck the coat of any breed without causing any damage. Plus, any visible grit will be minimised. Get professional results with Show Tech Groom Stone.
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Grooming stone – plucks hair safely without risk of cutting or damaging the coat
For plucking wire-haired dog breeds (terriers) and breeds with a coat that needs to be hand-stripped (cavaliers, cockers, setters and spaniels)
Available in a variety of colours to match the different coat colours
Made of 100% natural and high-quality pumice stone that is free from plastic, harmful chemicals and pollutants
More hard-wearing and therefore more durable than other grooming stones on the market!
Cleaning instructions: Cannot be cleaned and should not be washed/wet. (The natural material and structure prevent bacteria from surviving on this stone.)
Handmade using an environmentally friendly production method with extensive quality control
Dimensions: Length: 8 cm Width: 4 cm Height: 3 cm
Weight: 20 g*
* All measured data are approximate. As these groom stones are made of a natural product and are also cut by hand, there may be small differences between them.
Take the stone in your dominant hand and, with the thumb of your other hand, hold the dog's skin firmly. Then, using the groom stone, comb in the direction of the coat growth to remove the undercoat. Do this with a gentle movement and without exerting too much pressure. This is the first way to use the stone.
There is also another way. Hold the stone in the palm of your hand and, while applying a technique similar to when using a stripping knife, use your thumb to grasp the hair and trap/hold it against the stone for easy plucking. It is even easier if you use your other hand and your fingers or a brush to lift a few hairs from the coat. This way you can better see where to pull. Repeat until the desired length is reached. To make it more comfortable for the dog, we recommend using your free hand to slightly tighten the skin just above the area where you want to pull the hairs.