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post #11 of 37 Old 08-24-2009, 09:33 AM
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all the Eqyss products! so worth the money! my mare has a great looking coat from the Avacado mist and whens he gets her baths she is super clean and looks so healthy!

Dawn dish soap works good on white legs!
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post #12 of 37 Old 08-24-2009, 10:46 AM
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My two favorite items are the Slick N' Easy block and Hair Moisturizer. My groom box never goes without these two items.
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Oh and how can i forget Coconut Oil? that stuff is the best!!!!!!!!
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post #14 of 37 Old 08-24-2009, 12:02 PM
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love love love:
Infusium (went and bought some for myself b/c it works so good on the horses)
Vetrolin shine
Laser Sheen

Non "product"
Hoof pick with the hard bristled brush on the end
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Definitely my oster mane brush, it works really great for combing my horses wirey mane.

Slick 'n' Easy block, I always have one in my grooming box, I gets rid of bot eggs and old hair.

White 'n' Brite shampoo- Always in my wash kit, I noticed a difference immediatly, my horses mane, tail and feathers are noticibly whiter and uh...brighter xD.

Showsheen- Another must have in my grooming kit, not used everyday obviously xD buut is great for getting tangles out.

Oh and my jelly curry :)

EDIT: AND my tiny face brush I use for my horses ears, which sometimes get a little crusty xD
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post #16 of 37 Old 08-24-2009, 01:08 PM
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^^^ My husband has one of those Oster mane and tail brushes like yours. Its it a great brush.
Looks like there are quite a few Mane and Tail Detangler lovers out there. It is great stuff. I need to check the difference in price and ingredient between it and the Infusium They both give the same silky hair feel.

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I've used WonderBlue shampoo for probably 20 years, and I still love it. Smells so great! And rinses out easily.
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all the Eqyss products! so worth the money! my mare has a great looking coat from the Avacado mist and whens he gets her baths she is super clean and looks so healthy!
I agree! I love all the Eqyss products I've tried. Lately I've been trying them slowly one by one because they're so expensive, but I think the cost is worth it. So far I've tried the Eqyss shampoo and conditioner and the Avacado mist and I love all three products. I really want to try the Megatek Rebuilder, have you ever used it??
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post #19 of 37 Old 08-25-2009, 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted by mudypony View Post

I would definately recommend the Eqyss Premier Shampoo and Eqyss Cream Rinse (Conditioner) to anyone. It has left my horse cleaner than any other shampoo and rinsed out in one rinse, instead of 2 or 3 like other shampoos I've used. The conditioner is amazing and leaves the mane and tail like silk. As for the white spots I would use Quicsilver. It's amazing stuff! All you have to do is apply and scrub where you want it and then rinse after a few minutes.
Thanks I will try Eqyss Premier products! Where do I find this product in a tack shop or at a local market?
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post #20 of 37 Old 08-25-2009, 10:12 PM
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Originally Posted by AussieDaisyGirl View Post
The only thing that is my absolute favourite would be the slickneasy block. That's one thing I have to have in my grooming bucket.
Thanks for the advice! I will have to pick one up at my local tack shop next time I am there.
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