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Red Clay- white and bay horse= yellow horse

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  • Plum white horse shampoo
  • Get red clay off white horse

 
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    06-15-2011, 01:02 PM
  #11
Yearling
OMG! Great before and after pics!
     
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    06-15-2011, 01:38 PM
  #12
Green Broke
Quiksilver works great, but can get really expensive if you have to use it a LOT.

Since I have a mostly white horse who loves his green manure stains, I cheat. I order this:

Kelco Plum White Shampoo - 1 Gallon: The Shampoo Lady

Yes it's a dog shampoo but it is also marked on the bottle for horses, cats, ferrets etc.

It's expensive, yes, but for one gallon at $32.55 you need to remember that it dilutes 50:1. So in the long run it is VERY cost effective, and it works better than anything I have ever tried.

My ritual is this - bathe Claymore with the Plum White, really scrubbing and letting it soak in. Rinse well and dry - once dry I coat him down heavy with show sheen head to toe. They helps keep off the staining and most dirt will just brush right off, for a little while at least. He still tends to get bathed once a month in the summer months. But this helps the "white periods" last as long as possible!
     
    06-15-2011, 02:00 PM
  #13
Foal
I used to have a palomino with a bright white mane and tail (at least until it became stained with pee and clay any anything else he could roll in) and the only thing I found that beat the stains besides Goop was a product called Horse Wash. <--- here's a link to a page all about it. It's fantastic stuff! Hope this helps. :]
     
    06-17-2011, 11:29 AM
  #14
Foal
Indyhorse: my breeder uses plum white, we have white shepherds I love the smell of it! And it works I don't think she dilutes hers tho, just slaps it on :)
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    06-17-2011, 04:23 PM
  #15
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by VintageMatch    
Indyhorse: my breeder uses plum white, we have white shepherds I love the smell of it! And it works I don't think she dilutes hers tho, just slaps it on :)
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I love the plum white. You CAN use it straight, but I never would - why use 1 gallon when you can use 1 bottle to make 50 gallons? I don't find the effectiveness any less when it is diluted - it is a concentrate, so it is made to be diluted. I love all of Kelco's shampoos though. I also use their "Filthy Animal" on my dogs and all my other colored horses. It smells amazing.
     

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