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Top 15 Uses for HandsOn Gloves at the barn!

  1. Daily curry comb. Use it everywhere – legs, faces, belly, body.
  2. Shampoo applicator. Save your sponges for the dishes. Waste less of your shampoo by putting it right in the palm of your glove!
  3. Poultice remover. No need to spend all that time rinsing it away, or using a hard curry that doesn’t fit into the grooves and ridges of your horse’s legs.
  4. Mud eliminator. Avoid the dangerous metal blade of shedding tools and use your hands to get the dried mud away.
  5. Pant leg cleaner. Ever notice how the stall shavings end up like glue on your pants? Use your gloves to sweep them away, just in time to head to the store.
  6. Saddle pad hair remover. Save your washer and dryer from the horse hair overload.
  7. Mane puller. Rather than using a comb, simply pop on your HandsOn Gloves. Use one hand to back comb, the other hand to wrap up the hairs and tug.
  8. Towel holder. After a bath, keep your gloves on as you towel your horse. Nice massage, and your towel doesn’t slide around.
  9. Sticky nozzle twister. The faucet at the wash rack that is sticky? Or slippery because it’s covered in soap bubbles? The gloves have you covered. You might also be able to open that jar of pickles.
  10. Work the burrs out. Horse and burrs seem inevitable, a little bit of grooming oil or sheen and your gloved fingertips get the burrs out gently.
  11. Get the goats, barn cats, and farm dogs clean. Because everyone loves a good grooming.
  12. Farm truck seat shedder. Your car or truck can tell major stories with everything it collects from the barn. Use you gloves to sweep seats and brush floor mats.
  13. Kid trainer. HandsOn Gloves are now in sizes JR to XL, so all of the kids can now do all of the curry combing for you!
  14. Shedding tool. Ditch the blades and use a tool that won’t rust, can go over bony parts, and down horse legs and faces.
  15. Sport boot de-gunker. Your horse comes in from a turn out or ride with muddy and sweaty and hairy boots – use the HandsOn Gloves to clean the tough stuff from the boots.

2 comments

  1. Kathy says:

    How do u clean, disinfect these gloves?

    1. HandsOn says:

      Hi Kathy! Our gloves can be cleaned with soap and water. See How to take care of your HandsOn Gloves.

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