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Natural Boar Bristle Brushes

 

Natural boar bristle brushes have bristles made from the hair of the adult boar.   In its natural state, boar hair is approximately 6 inches in length and tapers from its thickest point at the bulb (root) to thinnest point at the tip.  The quality of the natural bristle used in any brush is determined by two factors; the quality of the actual bristle itself and which "cut" of the bristle is used.   "Cuts" are categorized as "First Cut" (the bulb end), "Second Cut", "Third Cut", etc.  Depending on the bristle length of the brush being manufactured, the manufacturer may be able to yield three or four cuts from the bristle (the tip or "flag" end of the bristle is generally discarded).

The First Cut is generally regarded as the most desirable.  Because the bulb end of the bristle has a rounded tip, it is very gentle to the skin.   And because the bulb end is also the thickest portion of the bristle, it is the most effective for proper brushing.  Remember that in order to be effective, the bristles must be long enough and stiff enough not only to brush the hair but also to contact and gently massage the skin.  Yet they must be gentle enough that the scalp is not injured or irritated.

The "First Cut", while being the most desirable, is also the most expensive.   Imagine that?  Chris Christensen Systems specializes in the highest premium products only and reserves the use of the "First Cut" bristles only.    These 3 brushes are of the highest quality "tufted" natural Boar Bristle "First Cut".  

STIMULATES HAIR AND SKIN FOLLICLES

 

CREATES FANTASTIC SHINE BRINGS NATURAL OILS INTO COAT

 

MAKES JACKETS LAY FLAT AND STRAIGHT

 

GREAT FOR CHALKING LARGE BREEDS

 

REMOVES DANDER

 

 

Why proper brushing is so important:

 

Other than the primary function of brushing or styling hair, hair brushing serves several other important purposes; cleaning and massaging the skin and stimulating the release of a beneficial oil called sebum.  Sebum is released by the sebaceous gland at the base of the hair follicle as a result of the gentle hair tugging caused by brushing.  Brushing the hair cleans the hair shaft, follicle, and skin by removing trapped scale, dirt, and oils.  Brushing also distributes the Sebum, coating, lubricating and protecting the hair shaft resulting in a healthy glow or sheen and more flexible hair.  Because sebum protects and moisturizes, regular brushing results in hair that is healthier, more manageable and easier to style.  All of Chris Christensen Systems brushes are well balanced, have ground and polished tips with handles that are designed to ensure comfortable grip and use. 

 

 

 

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Bristle & Specialty Brushes 


Brush Cleaner

Extend the life of your brushes!

Get a longer life out of your brushes.  This beautifully crafted brush cleaner is oval in shape, solid beechwood for easy firm grip with 1 3/4" nylon bristle.

 

How to Properly Clean Your Brush 

#A900

Brush Cleaner $5.00

 

Natural Boar Bristle Brushes - 8 3/4" body length

Stimulate Hair & Skin Follicles

Create a fantastic shine while distributing natural oils into the coat.  Removes dander.  Lightweight Beech Wood Handle.

 

#A710

Black Boar Soft Texture $22.00

#A714

Black Boar Hard Texture $22.00

 


 

The Original Ionic Brass/Boar Brush

.06 Gauge Brass Bristles with Outer Row of High Quality Boar Bristle

100% Static Free.  Lightweight Beech Wood Designed for soft coats or long terrier coats.  NOTE: This brush is not to be used on wet coats or with any liquid products, for they will oxidize the brass.  It is intended to be used as a finishing brush on clean, dry coats. 

#A618

Ionic Large Boar/Brass Brush, 8 1/2" body length $30.00

#A619

Ionic Small Boar/Brass Brush, 7" body length $25.00

#A617

Ionic Palm Boar/Brass Brush $32.00



Andreas' Boar / Nylon Bristle Cushion Brushes 

Great for finishing those luxurious drop coats

Natural boar / nylon bristle brushes. Ultra flexibility and long-lasting comfort. Strong, durable brush. Hand-finished by German Craftsman, who take pride in their work. Lightweight beech wood groom grip handle for comfort.

 

 

 

#A801 Small Andreas Boar/Nylon Brush 7" body length, 1-1/4" wide $45.00
#A802

 

Medium Andreas Boar/Nylon Brush 8-3/4" body length, 2-1/2" wide

$55.00
#A803

 

Large Andreas Boar/Nylon Brush 9-3/4" body length, 3-1/4" wide

$65.00
 

 

 

The Purple Ionic Brass/Nylon Brush

Extra dense bristles recommended for all short-coat breeds

 

100% Static free with 1.2 gauge brass bristles.  Outer row of high quality nylon bristle.  Termo treated Ash Wood. NOTE: This brush is not to be used on wet coats or with any liquid products, for they will oxidize the brass.  It is intended to be used as a finishing brush on clean, dry coats. 

#A620

Ionic Large Nylon/Brass Brush, 8 1/2" body length  $45.00

#A621

Ionic Small Nylon/Brass Brush, 7 1/4" body length $35.00

 

Powder/Chalk Brush 

Natural Goat Hair
All natural super soft Goat Hair to pack in the powder by 10x.  6 1/2" body length, 20mm goat hair length. 

#A701

Powder/Chalk Brush $14.00

Terrier Palm Pad

Leather back
100% The best of the best, made just for you!  Leather backing to form to your hand with 450 ground and polished 16mm pins.  Nothing comes close to the quality of this handcrafted German made Terrier Brush.

#A616

Terrier Palm Pad $45.00

Whitman's Sharpening

391 S. Webber St. P.O. Box 9

Farwell, MI 498622

989-588-2222

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Photo Credits: Large Slideshow: Anasazi Life's a Journey (Journey), Owners - Eric and Crystin Sedman, Cloverfield Salukis, Photographer - Jim Wallace; CH Trumpet's We Started Nothing (Punky), Owner - Beth Blankenship, Photographer - Beth Blankenship; Ponjude's Polish Jewel Janek Dane, Kokos Norbinskie Doliny, Ciacho Dziechcinek z Ponjude, Owner - Judy Siudzinski Torge, Photographer - Judy Torge; CH Jazzland Lady Sings the Blues (Miss Billie Howliday), Owners - Sylvia Bailey and Cynthia Meiely, Photographer - Sylvia Bailey; Altair's Harriet the Spy (Harriet), Owner - Echo J Rummel, Photographer - The Winning Image Tom Weigand; Wake’s Beautiful Day Dream (Lyla), Owners – Jana King and Joe Wake, Photographer – Tom Wyant; GCH Dragonfly’s My TyBaby (Ty), Owner –Joanne Sterhell, Photographer – Kenneth Reed Photography; BIS/BISS GCH. Lohona Zephyr I Can’t Look Away (Liz), Owner – Dan L. Haley, Photographer – DebiLynn Fendley Studios; (Bodhi and Karma), Owner – Brent and Tina Robbins, Photographer – Tina Robbins; GCH Smash JP Winning Ribbon (Ribbon), Owner – Jan Steinhour, Photographer Vicki Holloway Photos; Champion Extoiquebenals Paloma Picasso of Leopard Babies (Picasso), Owner – Deborah Kelly, Photographer – Vicki Howell of Simple Focus; AM/CAN CH Ryslip Oz Connexion (Ronnie), Owner- Warren & Ann Phillips and Sarah Houle, Photographer – Liz Pike; Shetland Sheepdog: Ch. Redfield Intrique (Brit), Owners - Mary Mahaffey and Jean Adair, Photographer - Mary Mahaffey; Black Russian Terrier: Lance's Angel Vladamir, Owners - Tina Crowe and Lance Eldredge, Photographer - Tina Crowe; Thumbnail Slideshow: Afghan Hound: GCH Stormhill's Sweet Dreams of Raffica, Owners - Garrett & Sue Games, Sandra Frei, Terri Vanderzee, Photographer - Maritime City Photography; American Staffordshire Terrier: Shady Ln's ScarletTeenAhh (Gina), Owner -  Linda Fitzgarald, Shade lane AmStaff's, Photographer - Laurie Shoemaker; Persian: (CFA) Kozy It Is What It Is! Owners - Cyndi Lewis, Calcat Persians, Photographer - Chanon; Rough Collie: To be Announced; Norwich Terrier: GCH Ch. Shorttales The Secret of The Mansion of K-Town (Macie), Owners -  Paula Smiddy and Tamsin Sandin, K-Town Norwich Terriers, Photographer - Kenneth Reed Photography; Giant Schnauzer: Ch. El Lobo Guillermo Max, Owners - Terry and Alma Frazier Lakeside Giants, Photographer - Alma Frazier;