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        04-29-2010, 02:39 PM
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    ......Shapley's (same people that make M-T-G) Light Oil 1. Or Heavy Oil 2.? how does it work? Did you use the heavy oil as a cold or hot treatment? Thinking about using some,but I need some reviews Thanks!

    Also reviews on their shampoo/conditioner would be great....

    I am thinking of switching to their products from cowboy magic....
         
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        04-29-2010, 05:39 PM
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    Foal
    I haven't used Shapely's, but I know that I love my Cowboy Magic. Which probably doesn't help you, but that's just my opinion, I would never switch from a product I know and love!
         
        05-03-2010, 09:00 AM
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    Foal
    Yeah, I was just curious as to why you would want to switch? I have only used the MTG and I swear by that stuff, as well as the no rinse shampoo which works great...good for winter time! But I use all the cowboy magic products and LOVE them!...anyway...
    No1 Light Oil adds a light shine to the coat, enhances the face, and adds conditioning oils to skin. It is helpful while pulling a mane when applied to the base, or while shedding out coats by allowing hair follicles to slip out without irritating the skin. When detangling manes and tails, use Light Oil to loosen knots and mats.
    No 2 Heavy Oil is an intensive oil treatment designed to add oils back to skin, coat, mane and tail. Professional groomers recommend Heavy Oil for use after body clipping to condition skin, restore coat color, and remove sharp hair shards. Heavy Oil leaves coat smooth and full of shine and may be used in hot or cold application.
         

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