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    What are the most expensive grooming products you have ever seen or purchased?
    For me, it is IV San Bernard shampoo and Atsumi combs.

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    The conditioner for my show dog is 160 a gallon. That's the most I've ever paid for any grooming product. I would never use something that expensive in my business though. I have other products that work just as well on most dogs.

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    • #3
      Wow! What kind of conditioner is it?

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      • #4
        Sensei Shears about $360 not counting equipment in the thousands.

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        • #5
          Tub. $6000 Tables. $1800 each
          dryers , shears, etc
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          • #6
            I wonder who buys the most expensive shears. Only competition groomers- that would be too small a market though?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Emma123 View Post
              Wow! What kind of conditioner is it?
              Laser Lites Drape. It's the only thing I found to work on her after SO many trials.


              Oh I was thinking product, like usable product. But yea, electric tables, shears, Utsumi comb

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              • #8
                Originally posted by cockerlvr View Post

                Laser Lites Drape. It's the only thing I found to work on her after SO many trials.


                Oh I was thinking product, like usable product. But yea, electric tables, shears, Utsumi comb
                Thank you. Yes, you were right. I was wondering about products such as shampoo, scissors, rather than large equipment.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Emma123 View Post
                  I wonder who buys the most expensive shears. Only competition groomers- that would be too small a market though?
                  no. MANY groomers do because they help the groom get done faster and better.
                  <a href="http://www.groomwise.typepad.com/grooming_smarter" target="_blank">My Blog</a> The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. –Mark Twain

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Particentral View Post

                    no. MANY groomers do because they help the groom get done faster and better.
                    Many groomers buy $360 shears? I am impressed at that investment. I thought buying a Dyson dryer was a really big purchase when I decided to go for it, but that is just one item, not like buying shears where more than one is used.
                    For my cat grooming, I don't use shears, so am getting off easy ha ha!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Emma123 View Post
                      I wonder who buys the most expensive shears. Only competition groomers- that would be too small a market though?
                      I bought a Sensei and so worth it. My hands feel better and that was suggested to me by an experienced groomer at a Petco. She was having hand problems. The better the shear the less cutting you need once you get really skilled she said. She is right. so easy on my hands.

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                      • #12
                        If I had my own place it would be an electric lifting tub. For myself and my poo I used to get what was the name. Uh. Why Bitch shampoo something like that. It was pricey per gallon.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Emma123 View Post
                          I wonder who buys the most expensive shears. Only competition groomers- that would be too small a market though?
                          I kinda wonder the same thing, I can see where $300-400 shears might have better metal, better engineering, lighter weight, etc. than shears under $100, but what about Utsumi shears that cost $900-1000?
                          My most expensive supplies and tools are $90 Utsumi half moon comb, $60 Chris Christensen brushes, and Les Poochs shampoos. (I am not including dryers, tub and tables).

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                          • #14
                            [QUOTE=cockerlvr;n1232319]

                            Laser Lites Drape. It's the only thing I found to work on her after SO many trials.

                            Cockerlvr - Laser Lites looks like an interesting line. I’m looking for something for my Cresteds that I’m showing. Do you know if it has lanolin in it?

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                            • #15
                              Why Bitch was close to $100 a gallon wasn't it. I think so and it was excellent for poos, some didn't agree but I thought so.

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