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Product Review: Grooming Hands

Disclaimer: In exchange for writing a review, I received free product. No other financial compensation was exchanged. All opinions are my own. For more information, read my disclosure policy.

This isn’t going to be your typical product review. Susan from Saddle Seeks Horse approached me about doing a joint, simultaneous product review of a new grooming tool. Of course, I jumped on the chance and suggested we should go one step further and do a video product review, in addition to our typical written content. There are so many grooming tools out there, so what’s one more? Well be prepared to be surprised and entertained, as we present our Grooming Hands Review by Saddle Seeks Horse and Fly On Over!

Product DetailsGrooming Hands Logo

Grooming Hands
Retail Price: $23.99
What I Paid: $0
Purchased: May 2016

Grooming Hands Review

I admit, I was skeptical at first. Grooming Hands look like cloth gardening gloves, with plastic nubs (a smaller version of the nubs you see on those jelly scrubbers at the tack store). Coming right out of the box, I wasn’t super impressed, but they did seem to be well made with good stitching that didn’t come apart when I accidentally closed one in a car door and didn’t realize it. Now, anyone who has read this blog for any amount of time knows that Miles has quintessential Thoroughbred skin… plus he’s a sensitive chestnut. When I first got him, he HATED to be groomed with anything, and while he’s gotten better, it’s still not his favorite activity. Knowing all of this, I figured Miles would make awful faces when I brought out the Grooming Hands. But… well… he didn’t. At all. He actually really liked them.

Grooming Hands by B Comfee

Using both hands made currying go so much faster, and the longer nubs on the ends of the fingers (for “fingernails) were really helpful for scrubbing some summer funk off Miles’ legs. You know those hard-to-reach nooks and crannies around the tendons? No longer hard to reach! So without further ado, I’ll let the video say the rest:

Don’t forget to read the review by Saddle Seeks Horse too!

The Recommendation

I really like these gloves, and I’m keeping them in my regular grooming rotation. I expect they’re going to be extremely useful in the spring when my horse comes in covered in mud and I can clean him up in half the time, plus get all the tough dirt out of hard to reach spots. Grooming Hands are sensitive, thin-skinned Thoroughbred approved, and the compliments don’t really get much better than that!

Grooming Hands

$23.99
Grooming Hands
9.5

Quality

10/10

    Value

    8/10

      Dirt Busting Power

      10/10

        Sensitivity

        10/10

          Practicality

          10/10

            The Good

            • Thin-Skinned, Sensitive Thoroughbred Approved
            • Cuts Down Grooming Time
            • Easily Removes Dirt in Hard-to-Reach Places

            The Bad

            • Slightly Pricey

            Tracy

            Fly On Over is an equestrian lifestyle blog devoted to connecting horse lovers around the world. By providing equestrians with practical tips and tricks related to horse ownership, discussing training techniques for horse and rider, as well as covering industry news.

            8 thoughts on “Product Review: Grooming Hands

            1. ha fun! i can think of a few horses who might appreciate a tool like that.

              also, fun fact: after watching your video (cute, btw!) all my youtube recommendations are now for men’s grooming tool review videos haha

            2. Sorry I had to skip the video (I’m at work!) but I’ll try and remember to watch it later!
              I have seen these before at SStack and really love the concept. The price tag is too high for me personally though for what they are… Maybe because I sell gloves for a living? Anyway, hopefully someone will make a less expensive version as I think these seem really useful!

            3. Omg that video was too cute. Good idea on the video, too! I kinda liked attaching a face and voice with the words I normally see on a screen 🙂 I think I’ll wait until these get a little cheaper, but they do seem useful!

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