The SoloComb has been described as being amongst the most humane inventions within the equestrian industry and has been endorsed by the world’s professionals and vets.
The SoloComb is the original humane grooming tool. It is ergonomically designed and fun to use. It contains top quality, precision-engineered hardened stainless steel blades. This ingenious comb is designed to shorten and thin hair by way of back-combing hair and then thinning or shortening via a clipping action.
SoloComb – Mane Trimming Tools. SoloComb steals the show. Overall choice going to the SoloComb. Excerpts from Horse Journal staff article, Vol. 16, No. 3, March 2009
For Horses – Many horses and ponies hate having their manes pulled. SoloComb solves the problem, creating a tidy mane without discomfort or aggravation. It is an essential item for anyone who wants a tidy mane and tail.
For Pets -“We love it”, Awarded safest product tested by Whole Cat Journal (USA magazine).
Grooming can be carried out safely without risk of injury to the user or the animal. Quietly and safely clips and removes tangles, without distress to the animal, particularly around sensitive areas like the ears or eyes.
Tips for Maintaining your SoloComb
Before use, always check that the screws are secure and tighten if necessary.
Many small cuts produce the best results and avoid damage to the precision engineered blades.
DO NOT OVERLOAD THE COMB WITH HAIR.
Remove the comb head and clean blades after each use. A toothbrush is ideal.
If the blades are not cutting properly check that the screws are secure and have not worked their way loose during use.
This could cause hair to become trapped in between the blades, giving the impression that the blades are blunt.
Remove the blade cover and blades and clean away any hair that has become trapped.
Refit the blades and blade cover ensuring that the screws are firmly and securely tightened
(see full instructions below).
To clean or fit replacement blades:
1. Release comb head lock.
2. Slide head away from body.
3. When the comb head has been carefully removed, brush off any dirt or trapped hair from the blades.
4. The blades should be wiped with a damp cloth, or preferably a small brush (e.g. toothbrush), after each use.
To replace blades
follow steps 1 and 2 above and then remove the fixing screws, blade cover and fixing plate. On reassembling the SoloComb ensure that the screws are fully tightened.
NB Do not open the main casing as this will invalidate the warranty.
WD40 may be used very infrequently and very sparingly to ensure good lubrication.
NEVER use clipper blade oil.