- Horse Talk
|7Ponies ||03-31-2010 08:12 PM |
Barn Boogers (dirt in your nose)
Barn Boogers. Do you know what I'm talking about? After grooming your horse, or a long day at a show, your nose is full of dirt.
How do you cope when simply blowing your nose doesn't clean it out?
I wet tissue and swish it around inside my nostrils until clean.
Just curious ;)
|Vidaloco ||03-31-2010 08:18 PM |
Saline nasal spray works wonders. At the moment I'm dealing not only with dust but hair up the nose, in the mouth and on my lunch :lol:
I keep lots of nasal spray, eye drops and moist facial wipes handy at all times. I came in yesterday hacking up hair, I sounded like the cat :lol:
I use a nice saline rinse at the end of a dusty day. I have problems with wiping my nose with a dirty hand, and then I get a dust mustache!
|7Ponies ||03-31-2010 08:56 PM |
Gosh, I never even thought of the saline nasal spray/rinse. That's a great idea.
LOL, I know exactly what you mean by the hair... I can't wait until my horses are shed out.. that hair flies EVERYWHERE!
|7Ponies ||03-31-2010 08:58 PM |
LOL, that is GROSS!
|Sunny ||03-31-2010 09:19 PM |
I take a reallllyyy hot shower, and the steam loosens everything up. XDDD
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|MIEventer ||03-31-2010 09:34 PM |
LOL!!! Those nasty illusive Dirty Boogers!
I usually just stick a kleenex up there and wipe away, but the saline thinggy is a great idea!
|My Beau ||03-31-2010 09:53 PM |
I'm a saline spray user - great after loading, unloading and stacking hay or grooming horses or cleaning stalls or... anything horse related, really ;)
|rocky pony ||04-01-2010 02:29 AM |
I always use hand wipes/baby wipes..it helps get a lot!! Feels nice and fresh afterward, lol
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