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HaMaDa 08-25-2011 07:08 AM

please help me .
 
I want to know a formula or a combination of horse shampoo.can someone help me ?

Wazza 08-25-2011 07:12 AM

I like to use wool wash
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Lakotababii 08-26-2011 05:16 PM

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Originally Posted by HaMaDa (Post 1149310)
I want to know a formula or a combination of horse shampoo.can someone help me ?

Hello HaMaDa,
I see you just joined the forum!! Welcome!!
Just a few pointers to help get you familiar with things.
1. Put a subject in your title, so instead of just "help me" put "questions about shampoo." You will get many more responses this way and its easier for the rest of us to know what you are talking about.
2. Try to be more specific with your questions. It's great you want to know others opinions, but we don't have enough information to help. I'm assuming you want to buy shampoo for your horse. But what do you do with your horses (show, trail, just a pasture pet)? What is the shampoo for (dandruff, color enhancement, fungus, or just everyday cleaning, etc)?

If you do those two things then you will get much more response and will get your questions answered more specifically.

Personally I love the shampoos that have conditioning agents in them, such as Cowboy Magic or Vetrolin Shampoo (both available at farm stores).It leaves the horse soft and silky :wink: But as I've said, it really depends on the end result you want.

Speed Racer 08-26-2011 05:20 PM

Pssh, I use Suave shampoo, and if I want to condition manes and tails, I use Suave conditioner. Have the same ingredients as all those high dollar 'horse' shampoos and conditioners for a heck of a lot less!

apachiedragon 08-26-2011 05:26 PM

Yep, I use good old Johnson's baby shampoo on mine unless they need a medicated shampoo of some sort. (Added bonus, "no more tears" formula, so if they were to get some in their eyes, it won't sting.) Most of those horse shampoos are no different, they just know horse people will spend more on their horses than they will on themselves, lol.


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