|BarrelRace4Life ||08-14-2010 09:45 PM |
Cleaning white faces?
My horse has quite a bit of white on her face. I sometimes spray it reeeeally lightly with the hose but it never gets it all out. what are good tips to making their faces really white for shows?
|AQHA13 ||08-14-2010 09:51 PM |
My horse only has small facial markings, but I just use baby shampoo. This way if it gets in her eyes it won't sting. Then I turn the water on really low and she knows to drop her head so the water runs down her face and doesn't risk getting in her ears.
|BarrelRace4Life ||08-14-2010 09:54 PM |
ok thanks. i'll try that
|CharliGirl ||08-14-2010 09:58 PM |
I've never shown before, but I have had luck with a soft face curry and baby wipes. They can clean up those white markings really well.
|MudPaint ||08-14-2010 10:43 PM |
My beast is all white... yay lucky me.
I've found that currying while rinsing out the shampoo really cleans out the dirt. The best whiteners have a bluing agent, but they're not always the nicest to eyes.
|riccil0ve ||08-14-2010 10:47 PM |
I just fill a sponge with warm water and maybe a teensy bit of soap and scrub my girls' blaze and nose. It works great. She's pretty sure she's going to drop dead, but she'll get over it eventually. =]
|Horsel02 ||08-17-2010 06:58 PM |
EQ Solutions or Ez All concentrated works great because it does not sting their eyes. You will what I have in my avatar, he is a bald faced paint.
|cakemom ||08-17-2010 07:04 PM |
We wash with baby shampoo and a soft curry, touch up with baby wipes and keep coated in bug guard.
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|rosethorn ||08-18-2010 10:39 AM |
Self Rinse Plus. It is a self rinsing shampoo with a whiting agent. Spray some onto a cloth and rub the white spot in small circles. It will get very foamy. Then take a shammy and dry the face. Then redo it until it looks clean. Self rinse plus can be used everywhere. I use it on my chestnuts tail in the winter when I can't wash it. It is also great for touching up spots at shows!
|xdrybonesxvalleyx ||08-18-2010 12:28 PM |
No, DONT do that. >.>
I would suggest baby wipes as well--and they are very gentle on the eyes. Then I would go through with shampoo and use a curry.
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