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post #1 of 7 Old 07-19-2013, 12:09 AM Thread Starter
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How can I get my horses yellow tail back white/what is the best product?

So I haven't worked on my horses tail since he was born and it's yellow as yellow can get, I've tried to scrub it out but it is a heavy stain, I'm thinking about buying, Cowboys Magic "Shine in Yellow out" but I don't know I there was something that would work better. And lately my horse, Rocky, has rolled in mud or poop -_- and it makes a stain, and I have to give him a bath because of so many stains, is there something I could get to prevent him from getting so many stains?
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Ok cool, home Remedies are always the best!
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So I haven't worked on my horses tail since he was born and it's yellow as yellow can get, I've tried to scrub it out but it is a heavy stain, I'm thinking about buying, Cowboys Magic "Shine in Yellow out" but I don't know I there was something that would work better. And lately my horse, Rocky, has rolled in mud or poop -_- and it makes a stain, and I have to give him a bath because of so many stains, is there something I could get to prevent him from getting so many stains?
Cowboy Magic Green Spot Remover is great stuff, the Shine in Yellow Out works ok on not too heavy stains. I like Vetrolin White N Brite Farnam - Your partner in horse care

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Healing Tree Products W.O.W.
Healing Tree WOW! Whitener - Shampoos & Cleansers from SmartPak Equine

And if we're showing I finish up with Roux Fanci Full White Minx
Roux - Roux Fanci-Full Temporary Color Rinse White Minx

Here's what a yellow tail looks like after a good work up with just the shampoo and WOW, I didn't use the White Minx. Her tail was DISGUSTING before the bath.


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I use Mrs Stewart's bluing. Its cheap, only like 3 or 4 dollars and it works really well. However, it is VERY concentrated. Make sure you dilute it enough. The first time I used it I barely diluted it and it turned the white parts on my horse bright blue!!! I had to shampoo and scrub her three more times to get it out. But trust me, it does the job.
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sugar and dawn diswashing liquid and then vinegar/baking soda mix. Watch out cause the vinegar and baking soda needs to mixed PRIOR to being applied to the horse because it will have a reaction to one another.

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