|EquitationStar ||04-18-2009 12:45 AM |
getting white horses super white!
Does anyone have any good ways to get white horses super super white. Like their tails and socks mostly.
I use the purple shampoo already so I'm just looking for some other ways that people use to get them clean. :-)
Somebody said that to get their pony's tail white after it's been stained yellow they use some sort of old lady hair whitening and leave it overnight. I can't find anything like that at the stores. Has anyone else heard of this??
|trashcore ||04-18-2009 02:21 AM |
Is your shampoo called Glo-White?
That's what I use, it's super good for white horses. :)
|eralcx3 ||04-18-2009 07:44 AM |
for the socks, I'm sorry I can't remember what the site was that I found it on, but there is a chalk that is made that you just wipe on the socks and it makes them white. I don't know how well it works, but i would assume it would do a pretty good job.
|Ahsisi ||04-18-2009 08:05 AM |
Do you use Quick Silver? It is a purple shampoo that works realy well, but it will turn your hands purple =)
|eventnwithwinston ||04-18-2009 08:25 AM |
I use some cheap Old Ladies shampoo for their white hair heehee(its purple) from Walgreens. It worked VERY well for me. But its a shampoo so you can leave it in for a few minutes (2-3) but then you have to rinse it out or you will have a purple horse and a horse with irritated skin. Also, I've heard that you can use baby powder on socks and stuff before.
I know Im misssing something... I cant think of it right now... :P
|jumpwhat007 ||04-18-2009 10:35 AM |
Well...I'm a cheater when it comes to this haha. I use the quic silver, but after that, or right before I go in the show ring, I put baby powder on his sock. It gets it really white!
|lgrides ||04-22-2009 08:06 PM |
You can use Roux Fanciful Rinse in White Mink or Silver Lining. This is a temporary rinse that you put on womens gray hair before you set it. Get it at Sally's beauty supply. I done it all when I had my white mare yrs ago. She rode like a cadillac but was a pain to keep clean. Soon as I washed her she wanted to roll. Found out my black gelding showed dirt too.
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