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Kitayama Masatsumu Shoten Dog brush (scouring brush for dogs)

Kitayama Masatsumu Shoten Dog brush (scouring brush for dogs)

Regular price ¥2,420 円
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Product features

A/B: palm, sisal, stainless steel, beech C: palm, stainless steel

Material

A/B: palm, sisal, stainless steel, beech C: palm, stainless steel

About shipping and returns

We generally do not accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations after the product has been shipped. Exchanges are only possible if the product is defective, so please contact us. Regarding return shipping costs, if the product is defective, we will pay for it. All other charges will be borne by the customer.

Handling

If you remove loose hair from the scrubber with your hands or a comb, wash it occasionally and dry it in the sun, you can use it cleanly for a long time.

Size

About 80 x 210 x 40 mm

Weight

Approximately 73g

Notices

This scrub brush for dogs was created by Mr. Kitayama, a scourer craftsman, who wanted to create a scrub brush for his beloved dog that would keep him healthy every day. At Kitayama Masazumi Shoten, each piece is handmade by craftsmen, so we use different materials to suit each purpose and adjust the density to the best fit.

Made of carefully selected natural materials, it has no odor and does not generate static electricity, so it can be safely used by pets. This dog scrubber uses palm, which is gentle to the touch and has excellent elasticity and durability. When you stroke it, it provides just the right amount of stimulation and improves blood circulation, and it also has a small turning radius, so you can brush even small areas such as around your face. If you remove loose hair from the scrubbing brush with your hands or a comb, wash it occasionally and dry it in the sun, you can use it cleanly for a long time. (Depending on how you use it, it can be used for about 2 years)
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Kitayama Masatsumu Shoten

Wakayama Prefecture

A traditional palm scrubber that was created in Japan about 100 years ago. At Kitayama Masatsumu Shoten in Wakayama Prefecture, a prefecture rich in nature, craftsmen with 50 years of experience create high-quality scrubbing brushes by hand, one by one.

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