Oster Stiff Grooming Brush
great brush but not a medium bristle
really nice finishing brush but way too soft for a medium
March 8, 2013
This brush is okay as a finishing brush but not much else. It's a little too stiff to brush the face, but it's not stiff enough to brush dried mud off of the coat, so unless you're just giving your horse a quick groom without worrying about getting too much of the dirt off, I guess it's ok but not great for much else.
February 25, 2013
This is a very nice finishing brush, but it is way too soft for a body brush. Too bad, I like the nice thick bristles, but now I need to buy still another brush because I needed a stiff, not a soft brush.
February 19, 2013
Comfortable, great brush
We love the Oster comfort grip brushes. They are easy to hold and have the surprise benefit of making it so we can keep our gloves on in freezing weather, without the brush slipping around.
Great quality. Super value.
January 23, 2013
Great Brush for Wet or Dry Grooming!
I have a little obsession over grooming kits/supplies--I just love them! I've always known Oster to be a good brand of grooming supplies, but it was a little expensive. I've read many mixed reviews leaving me a little skeptical, but I took a chance! My horse has a medium thick coat and it was perfect for scrubbing dirt away before a ride or scrubbing soap into his coat for a bath. The bristles have held up very well so far, not a single break or bend! The appearance is very sharp, clean, and it looks professional. It's very easy to hold and soft in your hand. I would definitely recommend this! Everyone knows horse supplies can sometimes come at a price. Nothing is more disappointing than spending the money on a product you're excited to use and it leaves you feeling disappointed. You'll never have to worry about this! It's a little expensive, but if it lasts a long time and it works great it's worth it!
August 9, 2012
Great for baths
Ignore the negative comments--I don't know how it works for dry grroming but it is fabulous during a shower for getting rid of saddle marks or a bath to gently get shampoo down to the root Its bristles are just firm enough to lift the hairs so the water goes under but soft enough to carry the suds. We don't go into the wash stall without it.
July 2, 2012