Interpet Mikki Slicker Soft Grip Dual Brush by Mikki
Interpet Mikki Slicker Soft Grip Dual Brush
Pack Size: Small
Interpet Mikki Slicker Soft grip Dual Brush eases tangles and matts. Curved back for natural action. Removes dead hairs from undercoats and overcoats. Soft grip handle
Back in 1980, the first Mikki product to hit the market was the infamous Mikki Muzzle, this contemporary update on the traditional basket muzzle was loved by dog trainers as it allowed the feeding of treats whilst training – the first muzzle available on the market to do this.
Four years later, Mikki launched it’s first ever range of grooming products – made by groomers, for groomers and since then, Mikki has led the way in developing quality products that really work.
From the very beginning, Mikki has been a firm favourite among professionals and they strive to make professional quality available for everyone. If you’ve got a pet, they’ve got a grooming tool for you!
Dual Slicker Brush
• Dual action: remove matts/loose hair and stimulate natural oils for a shiny & healthy coat
• Easy clean nylon bristles
• Easy clean stainless steel wire pins
• The flexible head gives a more gentle brushing experience for you and your pet
• Dual use for a convenient grooming routine
The Mikki Dual Slicker Brush combines both pins & bristles. It has specially shaped slicker wire pins mounted on an air cushion to enhance grooming action & reduce any excessive brushing force.
The pins are designed to be used with a soft stroking action, enabling the shaped stainless steel pins to ease tangles & matts and remove loose/dead hair from the undercoat, leaving the main coat clean & healthy. The soft nylon bristles remove loose hair & stimulate natural oils that promote a shiny & healthy coat.
Use gentle stroking actions to allow the slicker pins to ease through matts and tangles and remove any dead hair from both your pet's top coat and the undercoat - leaving the coat clean and healthy. Be gentle and careful at first until you are familiar with the action. Remove dead hair from the slicker every few strokes so you get the best grooming results.