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Can someone please help me determine what size Mars Coat King to get? I've searched around the forum and it looks like people use differant sizes. I do not know enough about this tool to understnad what the variuos sizes mean in terms of results. Any suggestions ???? Thanks!

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We use the 12. medium-middle of the road

From groomersmall.com website

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

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Another 16-blader here. I saw on a "Cool Tools" site that Oster makes something just like the Mars, at 18 blades. I don't have one but I might get one to keep in the vehicle. It appears from the picture to be all metal.

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