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Stripping Knife?


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Hi,

Does anyone know where a stripping knife for a left hander can be purchased?

Should I purchase a fine knife to do face, ears, chest, tail?

Any recommendations would be greatly apprecited.

Thanks,

Barbara

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I'd just get a medium to start. Pearson will make a left-handed knife no problem. They even have a monthly drawing for a free finishing knife. I have a set of their rosewood specialty knives and they are works of art, but I will tell you honestly, if I'm not going to use my fingers I'll almost always steal Peggy's regular knife - the balance and fit to my hand is just right.

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On the other hand, you'd be taking advice from a groomer so bad that judges in five states have requested that I never touch another Cairn.

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On the other hand, you'd be taking advice from a groomer so bad that judges in five states have requested that I never touch another Cairn.

LOL :lol:

Tracy, Brattwrust & Mettwurst a.k.a The Gremlins
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Thanks for the recommendation and the website link.

Hopefully, I will not do too much damage!

Barbara

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Krista,

Are you trying to scareme off before I give it a try? :shock:

Don't worry.....It grows back! Promise!

Take it from someone who has left divets... <_< and my groomer has forbid me to touch the tails....

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No, sorry :oops: I meant they do make left handed stripping knives. It seems like they were all I could find for a while for any reasonable price......I stripped Kipper today and he now has a bald spot on his back!!!! :oops:

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