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Mars Coat-King

Coat-Kings work well with all different kinds of breeds and coats.

Use:  

Place tool on coat with light pressure and comb out in the direction of hair growth. Note: going against or aside hair growth will cause excessive cutting of hair. Only use once a week or every other week. (Too much use could result in a bald pet!)

 

Quick Guide:  
  • Coarse & Medium styles (6 - 12 blades)
      for prep work and thinning out undercoat
  • Fine styles (16 - 20 blades)
      for grooming soft, heavy coats
  • Super Fine styles (20 - 26 blades) for finishing
      and thick, shaggy coats (especially spaniels, setters, etc.)

Use coarse styles to comb out the undercoat - fine styles for finishing.

 

By Breed:   

Some breed clubs recommend certain sizes that seem to work best for their breed. Here are a few:

 

 

Afgans: 20 - 26 blades
Boxers: 16 - 20 blades
Collies: 10 - 12 blades or
           18 Double Wide
Golden Retrievers: 12 blades               or 18 Double Wide
Giant Schnauzers: 20 blades
Schnauzers: 10 - 12 blades
Setters: 16 - 26 blades or
            30 Double-Wide

Sheepdogs: 6 - 10 blades
Shepherds: 10 - 12 blades
Spaniels: 20-26 blades, upper body
              8 blades, legs & skirt


Terriers: 10 - 20 blades (depending on thickness or coarseness of coat)

Wolfhounds: 10 - 12 blades or
                  18 Double Wide

 

 

Cats:    12 - 26 blades
Horses: Triple-Wide,
            Coarse or Fine

 

Goats:    Double-Wide, Fine
Rabbits: 20 - 26 blades
Note:  

No rule is set in stone. If you find something that works for you, great! Many people are finding new ways to use them for different breeds. If you find a new or better use for your Coat-King, let us know and we'll add it to the list.

Care:   

Remove excess hair by hand. Clean with a soft brush. Mild cleaner may be used.


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