Groomers Helper® Accessory Kit Includes:
3/8" Professional Loop
This grooming loop is perfect for working on small dogs and designed to work specifically with the Groomers Helper® Professional and Starter Sets. This pet loop now comes in 3/8 inch thickness! Comes with a tight locking Stainless Steel Clasp and a D-Ring for connecting the grooming loop to the Groomers Helper® Tether. 20" Total Length. US Patent No: 8,365,685.
5/8" Professional Loop
This grooming loop is 5/8" thick and is generally used to groom medium to large dogs. Designed to work specifically with the Groomers Helper® Professional and Starter Sets, this grooming loop is made of high quality materials. Comes with a tight locking Stainless Steel Clasp and a D-Ring for connecting the loop to the Groomers Helper® Tether. 20" Total Length. US Patent No: 8,365,685.
Tether Repair Kit
This is the replacement tether for the Groomers Helper® Professional and Starter Sets. It can easily be changed using the correct size Allen Wrench (included). Comes with a full set of instructions and should be easy to replace by yourself.
The Groomers Helper® Loop Extender allows you to keep your grooming arm at one height and all you do is adjust the loop to the size of each dog you are grooming. It is just that simple.
Groomers Helper® Dryer Holder
This new dryer holder works with the mini-arm and clamp from the Groomers Helper® Professional Set. Position the dryer holder anywhere on the table, attach the dryer hose and you're drying hands free. You can also attach a standard consumer hair dryer or use the hose from your shop vacuum to catch hair when you de-shed.
If you already own the Groomers Helper® Professional Set, order the dryer holder alone. If you do not have the arm and clamp set from the Professional Set, you can order a Standard size clamp (opens up to 1 1/4 inches) or a Universal clamp (opens up to 3 1/4 inches) along with a mini-arm.
NOTE: Do not purchase Universal Clamp(s) if a Standard Clamp will work. The reason is because the weakest part of the clamp is the screw, therefore if you are using a Universal Clamp with a 1" thick table then you would have over 2" of the screw out of the clamp and pressing into the table. This will allow any stress to be loaded on to the screw and possibly bend them.