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How to clean pet brush massager
Step 1: Before you start cleaning the pet brush massager, remove as much of the tangled hair from the pet brush massager as possible. A good way to do this is to use a wide-toothed comb to run the tines of the wide-toothed comb through the bottom of the air-cushioned massage comb to lift and remove the accumulated hair. If there are those hairs that are too tangled up and can't be removed, that's ok, we can get them in the next step.
Step 2: Prepare a basin of hot water, add a few drops of shampoo, and stir well by hand. Next, put the pet brush massager to be cleaned into the water and stir in the water for about 2--3 minutes.
Step 3: Stirring in hot water will help remove dirt, and the hairs that are tightly wrapped around the base of the comb will now be loose. Take the comb out of the water and use the wide-tooth comb again to pick out the hairs and clean.
Step 4: Then put the comb into clean warm water to rinse off the foam, dry the handle and backboard, and place the comb teeth down in a cool place to drain the water. The reason why the comb teeth are facing down is to prevent water from flowing back to the back plate of the comb and causing water accumulation (many back plates are made of wood).