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  • Twinkle toes glitter hoof oil
  • Can i use glitter with my absorbine hoof polish

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    11-26-2009, 11:54 AM
Ive never used it myself but I think its cute. A girl that grooms for her parents puts it on some of her pets, and its always gone pretty quick off of them.

The only contact I've ever come with it is a big ass stud horse we bought came to our barn with blue glitter on his feet :roll: poor boy.
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    11-26-2009, 12:12 PM
I wouldn't use nail polish remover it could burn your horses muscles.
    11-26-2009, 12:33 PM
WTHeck? ^^ Burn their muscles?hmmm.......... Anyway, you can make your own for real cheap, and non-drying-hooves. I don't think it stays on as long,though. Here's the recipe:

Regulat hoof Polish(absorbine,etc), must be clear + any glitter you want. Not fine glitter,though. Pour as much glitter in as you think you need, start off with a little and keep adding until you get the consistency you want. Later you can try combining glitter! Any color(s)!
Of course, since you already have the Twinkle stuff, add some hoof oil/moisturizer about an hour before you put the twinkle on. That's what I think. I've never used it before,though.
    11-26-2009, 03:27 PM
Originally Posted by Rodeo Pro    
I wouldn't use nail polish remover it could burn your horses muscles.
She's talking about using it on hooves, not the body

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