Comb for the 175 brushes for lint removal

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  1. jtsunbrite

    jtsunbrite Well-Known Member

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    what is this called and where do I find another one or 4 of them?
     

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    jtsunbrite Well-Known Member

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    what would a car wash do with these brush combs or whatever they are called
     
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    here is another pic,,,, this comb is old I use it to clean the lint from the carpet 175 brushes
     

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    Take them there lean them against the wall and wash them with 3000 psi . It works fantastic .
     
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    lol,, I know that we always do that,, but the comb works awesome,,,

    Maybe @Scott W can tell us if they carry these
     
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    I have one almost just like that. I've used it to clean some of the lint out of my Rotovac brush head. Pretty sure it's some kind of dog groomer comb. This is similar to what I have..
    https://www.chewy.com/s?rh=c:288,c:381,c:386
     
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    Pet store dog comb
     
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    close to it, but I needs the bristles further apart
     
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    They come in different types. There are some for helping to remove fleas, some to remove tangles that are further apart. At any rate it sure looks like one used for dog grooming. I saw one that said it was coarse tooth grooming comb. It was further apart, but maybe not as far apart as the one you have.
     
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    Do you clean your fiber pads with this or just your brush head?
     
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    It's a paint brush comb I have the same red one
     
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    Yep. That's a brush comb alright. I still have mine from my Rainbow International days. Works like nothing else.
     
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    You can buy a very similar brush from a pet supply store..... I've got one to comb my German Shepherds.
     
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    We don't carry a comb like that. But I know we can get them. Just never had a lot of requests for it and I did not want to get a case of 100 and have 98 sitting on the shelf for a year.

    Pet store is probably the best place tog et one like your photo.

    I wonder if something like our Handi Groom would work?
     

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    Just go down to Home Depot or Sherwin Williams
     
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    How many German shepherds you have? I have a long hair gsd.


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    I've got a German Shepherd, and a Belgian Shepherd.
     

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