|CrazyChester ||11-03-2009 07:37 PM |
You can wait for it to dry and then brush it off him?
|TwisterRush ||11-03-2009 07:39 PM |
I usually wait for the mud to dry off, ( i got a paints and white horses lol so im used to this ;) EVERYDAY ! )
So anyways, Do that and than Groom HIM ALL OUT With Lots of Elbow grease lol, use the curry comb first.
It Certainly Gives an Improvement !
In fact, i can show you what MARSHMELLOW LOOKS before and after :)
|ridesapaintedpony ||11-03-2009 08:38 PM |
Thanks to both of you. It's supposed to rain tomorrow so maybe some of it will come off that way. If not, I'll "wax on, wax off" once he's dry.
|ChevyPrincess ||11-03-2009 08:51 PM |
Haha! I have seen that movie! (The old one, I haven't seen the new one)
|CrazyChester ||11-03-2009 08:57 PM |
Haha, after the rain just hope that he doesn't go roll in the mud again ;)
|RadHenry09 ||11-03-2009 09:03 PM |
I would wait for him to dry and brush the mud off with a stiff brush...the rain may help to get him a little cleaner too. Perhaps a bottle of Miracle Groom would also help for the more stubborn stains. I use that on my Paint in the winter when he gets too dirty and bathing isnt an option.
I am glad that he is feeling better , colic can be kinda scarey IMO ....gotta love those Paints : )
|ridesapaintedpony ||11-03-2009 10:00 PM |
Originally Posted by RadHenry09
Perhaps a bottle of Miracle Groom would also help for the more stubborn stains.
A bottle? A bottle? Maybe a case! lol
|HorseLove4ever ||11-03-2009 11:28 PM |
well as soon as you get him cleaned up throw a blanket on him so we dont have a repeat!!
|RadHenry09 ||11-03-2009 11:36 PM |
perhaps they will give you a discount if you buy a case ...lol
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