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Any Recommendations For a Stand To Hold Hair Dryer?

I've decided that a stand dryer or just a stand to hold my human hair dryer would work better than the forcer dryer I use. Willow hates the force dryer and I end up using my own hair dryer on her. I would love to have 2 hands free so I could comb her while she drys. I checked Amazon and saw a couple of stands and also some very expensive stand dryers. I don't want to break the bank! Any recommendations would be appreciated.



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I bought 3 or 4 different cheap ones. NONE of them were any good. This one is expensive... and worth EVERY penny. Easy to position, and STAYS where you put it!:


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Thanks Karen. Looks like this is for the force type dryer though. I was hoping to find one that holds a regular type hair dryer. Willow hates the force dryer. I do have the CC Kool Pup so it's a good one. I think it's the noise (even though it's supposed to be one of the quieter ones) and also that it doesn't have a temperature setting.



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Thanks Karen. Looks like this is for the force type dryer though. I was hoping to find one that holds a regular type hair dryer. Willow hates the force dryer. I do have the CC Kool Pup so it's a good one. I think it's the noise (even though it's supposed to be one of the quieter ones) and also that it doesn't have a temperature setting.
I do use mine with my Cool Pup, but I just went and checked, and it holds a human hairdryer just fine. That's what I thought I remembered from my friend who recommended it to me. She just uses a human hairdryer!
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I do use mine with my Cool Pup, but I just went and checked, and it holds a human hairdryer just fine. That's what I thought I remembered from my friend who recommended it to me. She just uses a human hairdryer!
I have this hairdryer holder and have used it with my human hairdryer before I got a a Forced Hair Dryer.

Karen: Please tell me the name of the All in One Shampoo you like. Thanks!

This is the Cheap Forced Hair Dryer I use, it has a temp control but is noisy. @Karen doesn't like it and has better one (Kool Pup) but it works for me. Patti doesn't mind the noise because the groomers dryer is noisier than mine.




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I do use mine with my Cool Pup, but I just went and checked, and it holds a human hairdryer just fine. That's what I thought I remembered from my friend who recommended it to me. She just uses a human hairdryer!
Thanks Karen - but now I see it uses a clamp! Rats! I use the counter in the laundry room for Willow's grooming and not a grooming table so I can't use a clamp. There are some holders on Amazon that are a stand with a weighted base. Wish this CC one you recommend has a stand option. I'll try one of the others I see on Amazon and if it doesn't work, I'll just return it. Fortunately Amazon has a good return policy. I appreciate your help.
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Thanks Karen - but now I see it uses a clamp! Rats! I use the counter in the laundry room for Willow's grooming and not a grooming table so I can't use a clamp. There are some holders on Amazon that are a stand with a weighted base. Wish this CC one you recommend has a stand option. I'll try one of the others I see on Amazon and if it doesn't work, I'll just return it. Fortunately Amazon has a good return policy. I appreciate your help.
Unfortunately, I tried the stand type when I worked on top of my washer and dryer, and they all fell over. I hope you have better luck!


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Karen: Please tell me the name of the All in One Shampoo you like. Thanks![/B]
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I wanted something simple and inexpensive on a stand so bought this one. It's worked fine for me for several years, with my two Havs in puppy cuts. As they learned to stand more quietly for drying, I tended to pick it up more, use it on the high setting and press the cool button, which gave me more air and less heat. (I do have a grooming table and it's quite stable there.)

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I have a pet dryer that is a canister model. My niece, who is a groomer, says it is a smaller version of what they use at work. I got it on amazon for $150





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