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post #11 of 12 Old 12-28-2010, 04:42 AM
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- Sweatscrape then warm water baby oil bath and cover with polar fleece while drying

What does this do for the horses coat/skin? And do you sweat scrape this off or just throw the polar fleece straight over?
I've heard of people sponging this on horses after they've been clipped, but only over clipped areas.
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post #12 of 12 Old 12-28-2010, 03:19 PM
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What does this do for the horses coat/skin? And do you sweat scrape this off or just throw the polar fleece straight over?
I've heard of people sponging this on horses after they've been clipped, but only over clipped areas.

It replaces the oils from being washed/dyed...

Makes them super shiney as well....

Use a bucket of really warm water, squirt in a fair bit of oil, agitate the water and dip sponge and then wipe over horse....

I don't sweat scrape off - just put fleece over if Im still working on horse....

Have a look at this thread:

Theres a balck horse on there that's been done at the bottom so you can see how shiney they are (Its an NZ forum)

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