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  • Tricks to cleaning a white horse for a show
  • Livamol for grey horses

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    12-08-2011, 08:34 PM
Gallop Grey colour enhancing shampoo cleans and intensifies natural coat colour and sheen

Also available in Palomino, Black, and Bay.
Exact colour match to a horse’s natural hair colour not necessary to achieve stunning results.
Can be used routinely, but ideal for show preparation.
Apply directly to a wet coat. Work in well with a brush or sponge or by hand to produce a rich lather, then rinse thoroughly. Results are immediate. May also be used on manes and tails.
500ml will last for 5-10 washes.
Key Ingredients:
Cleaning agents.
Colour enhancers.
Optical brighteners.

How about this product? ^^ has anybody used it before & how did it go? :) Did it remove stains/make the coat white again ect.? haha
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    12-08-2011, 09:15 PM
Whatever you do, don't bathe her. She'll find the biggest pile of manure and mud to roll in. Lol.
    12-09-2011, 02:14 AM
Glo-white is a fantastic shampoo, also Livamol-Blue. Both work beautifully on grey coats.

Blue-o from the supermarket is fabulous for getting the stains out of white tails, my grey is going to have his mane and tail drowned in that once the rain eases up!

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