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post #1 of 17 Old 01-28-2012, 02:18 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Favorite Washing Soaps??

To be honest, I use just plain old dish soap a majority of the time. LOL.

&Then if we need something more fancy, I absolutely LOVE Mane &Tails' Shampoo &Conditioner. It makes them super soft &I'm pretty sure alot of people use it on their own heads. Ahaha.

So yeah, what are some of your favorite soaps?? Thanks

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post #2 of 17 Old 01-28-2012, 05:09 PM
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I am in love with 'Bumble & Bumble' coconut oil shampoo and conditioner for Legend's body! It makes him extremely soft and silky, and makes him smell like so very yummy! <3


But, I also do use dawn dish soap when I can't order B&B
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I am in love with 'Bumble & Bumble' coconut oil shampoo and conditioner for Legend's body! It makes him extremely soft and silky, and makes him smell like so very yummy! <3


But, I also do use dawn dish soap when I can't order B&B
^^^I'm glad I'm not the only one^^^
One coconut oil product I like is this one that's actually supposed to be used for cooking stuff. Makes them smell super delicious &look nice &shiny

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^^^I'm glad I'm not the only one^^^
One coconut oil product I like is this one that's actually supposed to be used for cooking stuff. Makes them smell super delicious &look nice &shiny
Yep, I use cooking coconut oil also. Its amazingly cheap, and has ONLY coconut oil in it. Nothing else. Yeah, dawn is great for shining up their white spots, and making them glow I only have one problem with it; Dawn is made for like completely getting rid of oils, you know, like when your doing dishes you don't want any oil, so Dawn is good at stripping oils out, and when I think about putting that on my horse I always feel guilty -_- BUT, I still do use it... hehe

I use this stuff
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I like mane and tails and cowboy magic shampoo. Great for making a horse's coat be soft and shiny.
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post #6 of 17 Old 01-29-2012, 06:09 PM
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Absorbine superpoo, used it for years. It's non-tearing like baby shampoo, got a gob in my eye, no tears!
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We use this stuff called Orvis. It's great. Does a wonderful job and you don't have to use a lot to get the job done. What's great is that it works on dogs, too, so if I need to give my dog a bath, I don't have to buy a separate shampoo.
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Dove :)

For me and my horse!

I adore the smell for one thing and I have noticed if your horse gets wet, either from sweat or rain/water, it seems to bring out the Dove smell even more, so that is a plus for me.
No more foul sweaty odors or wet horse smells over this way.
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Dove :)

For me and my horse!

I adore the smell for one thing and I have noticed if your horse gets wet, either from sweat or rain/water, it seems to bring out the Dove smell even more, so that is a plus for me.
No more foul sweaty odors or wet horse smells over this way.
Dove bodywash? I use that stuff & I don't smell sweaty or have wet horse odors either!
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I just use whatever dove product I have :)
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