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Old 05-29-2011, 07:18 AM  
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Review: Cashel Quick Wash Water Wand

--Product Info--
Manufacturer: Cashel
Model Name: Quick Wash Water Wand
Product Type: Hose attachment for bathing critters
Price: $20 - $30 (Bought mine from Jeffers for $19.99 some years back)

--Product Description--
Pros: I love me some gadgets. Most of the times, I wasted my money on something that just takes up space. This is one of those rare times that a product exceeded my expectations, and that I consider it invaluable.

It's the shape of the wand that makes it so effective. A long row of single holes, one after another. It's easy to direct the water exactly where you want it. Because of the way it fans out, it shoves the dirt down and off your horse immediately. Using this on a white horse, you can see the immediate difference between it and using a regular attachment. The wand itself is shaped like a sweat scraper, by using it as you are washing, the dirt pushes off even faster.

The precise direction of the water makes it easier to wash your horse's face, as you can get portions of the face without getting their ears wet until you want to...

Cons: The only con I can think of is that leaving this product out in the sun will cause the foam grip to harden and crack. The body of the wand itself is extremely durable and can withstand being run over by a car because your teenage son threw it down when done with it

I would certainly recommend that you own one. I have two of them. One bath days...no one wanted to share!

Overall Product Rating: 10
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Old 05-30-2011, 06:33 PM  
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My thumb on the end of the horse works pretty good. It's lasted me many a year and can still do the job. It didn't cost me anything as it came with 4 fingers, a package deal.
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Old 05-30-2011, 10:20 PM  
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My thumb on the end of the horse works pretty good. It's lasted me many a year and can still do the job. It didn't cost me anything as it came with 4 fingers, a package deal.
My legs can get me from Point A to Point B...but taking a car (or an equine) sure is faster and more fun
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Old 06-01-2011, 07:54 AM  
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Touché, Froggy ^


I've seen them but I've never bought one....hmm...
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Old 06-04-2011, 12:29 PM  
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They have a dog version that is a real time saver for thick coats. It does seem to blast the grime out on my horses too. LOVE IT!!!
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