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  1. #1
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    Animated Wink The Belly Band - The Tool Saver - The Paw Saver - Grooming Safety by Jessica Products

    Grooming Safety by Jessica’s company mission is to help create a safer grooming environment in any type of pet grooming establishment, and to promote safer handling practices resulting in a more positive pet grooming experience for stylists, pets, and their people. Find these great safety products and more at www.groomingsafetybyjessica.com.




    The Belly Band



    The Tool Saver



    The Paw Saver



    Grooming Safety by Jessica’s company mission is to help create a safer grooming environment in any type of pet grooming establishment, and to promote safer handling practices resulting in a more positive pet grooming experience for stylists, pets, and their people. Find these great safety products and more at www.groomingsafetybyjessica.com.
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  2. #2
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    I love the Tool Saver. More than once it has saved my best shears from hitting the floor. We also bought a belly band. Very inexpensive solution that works.

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    We have 3 of them for our tables. These are a bargain and work great.

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    I think the paw saver look like a good thing.....Lil feet can get caught if one if not careful with wire cages having the gap at the front.
    Ain't always easy to stand up for what is right.

  5. #5
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    I picked up the tool saver years ago at Intergroom. Another groomer stole it. :/
    It's not what you look at that matters; it's what you see.
    Henry David Thoreau

  6. #6
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    I haven't tried the tool saver yet. Sometimes my hand cramp a little and I drop shears. So I have fatigue mats around my table to help a little. This could be awesome.

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