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Show Tech Vingerlingen Wit 100 Stuks - Diergigant

Show Tech - Fingerlings White - 100 Pieces

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These Show Tech Fingerlings provide extra grip when picking. They protect your skin from painful sensations and prevent blisters.

A handy tool for picking

Not only your fingers are protected; also your dog and its coat and skin. Because the natural latex material is so thin, you can still feel the coat structure very well. What makes ours better than the other picking tools on the market? With this, all hair is pulled out without damaging the coat.

These fingerlings are also great if the coat has been shaved or plucked with a sharp grooming blade. They help to pull out entire hairs from root to tip so that the coat can regenerate. By pulling out a few soft hairs, there is room in the hair follicle for new hairs. This will make your four-legged friend's coat rough again!

The Show Tech Fingerlings are also ideal for plucking hair from the inside of the ears.

It's all in the details

  • Fingerlings
  • Material: latex
  • Protection for your fingers and skin while picking
  • Gentle for the dog, its coat and skin
  • Helps restore the coat
  • A package contains 100 pieces
  • Available in medium or large
  • Circumference: 1.8 cm but stretchable up to 3.3 cm
  • Length: 7cm*
  • For single use only
* All measured data are approximate.


First choose the right size. Slide your thumb and index finger into the fingerling and make a tweezers shape with the tip of your thumb and index finger. With your other hand, push up a few hairs from the coat using your fingers or a brush. Now you can clearly see the ends of the hair standing up. Hold your hand just above where you pushed the hair up and gently grasp the skin. Then grasp the ends of the hair firmly between your thumb and index finger and pull in the direction of hair growth. Only pull out a few hairs at a time. 

Note: In principle, picking should not hurt the dog. When the hairs are ready to come out, you're essentially just pulling out dead hairs. So this should be easy.