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post #1 of 11 Old 05-30-2013, 08:32 PM Thread Starter
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Quic Black Shampoo

I am wanting to order this shampoo, but the site I am wanting it from doesn't ship it to Canada... So I was wondering if any Canadian Residents know where to get it?

Also, what do you guys this of this product? Does it work good?

My black filly has really light brown spots in her flank area, behind her ears, and cinch area from sweating and I would like to see if it will darken those areas back up before her first show in August!
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It will not. Sorry.

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Won't what? Darken her brown spots?
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No it will not darken brown spots at all. It ENHANCES color, does not CHANGE it. Only way to get rid of the issue you have is to avoid it in the first place. Once they are sun bleached(which is what you have) that is it. I start early-before the winter coat is shed out....and keep my guy out only at night to avoid this. Good luck!

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Okay thanks! I know it won't get rid of it, but I thought it would darken the sun bleached spots, just by the reviews I have read, but I could be wrong. Even though there is a possibility of leaving her in her stall all day, I am not going to.

Her fading is not a big issue, I do like black horses, but if she fades, she fades.

This is the review I was reading on it:
Intensifites black and reduces reds in black coats. Quic Black is at its best on dark coats.
Imparts saturated, rich color and brilliant highlights. Restores color to clipped or sunburned coats.
Removes scurf with deep-cleaning, easy-rinse formula.
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I've tried it before...For months.

It didn't work, it didn't even enhance anything. There was no difference, I wouldn't waste your money.

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Exactly, AQHA. I tried it too. Nothing. Worthless waste of $$. But-OP-if you want to elieve the reviews-go for it!

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No, I won't buy it. I was just making sure. Is there a shampoo that would work for black horses that have faded?

Does paprika make a difference after the horse has shed? I was thinking about putting a little bit of that in her morning feed if it will work.
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Short of dying their hair, which I have done to his mane, but would never do to his body....nothing really turns then black again. The good news is that the areas that are bleached from sweat will be covered by your tack when you are riding......

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I feel it enhances their cost enough to make them look a bit darker, but will it change their color, no.
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