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Hello everyone,,
newbie here,
I am glad to be here.
Live in Ga, married with children, horses, and too many dogs,,lol
just had chihuaua puppies,,,i know i cant spell chihuauas,,,,
none the less, they are healthy and beautiful, 2 brown males, 1 silver female, and 1 tri colored female, you can see the parents at...
www.wildwestkennels.8m.net
click on where it says comming soon
will put up pics of the lil ones soon too, $200 each, will post pics soon
back to my original question,,
nylon halters tend to get still after a while, what can i do to make them more flexable again???
please pm me:?:
 

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Hello everyone,,
newbie here,
I am glad to be here.
Live in Ga, married with children, horses, and too many dogs,,lol
just had chihuaua puppies,,,i know i cant spell chihuauas,,,,
none the less, they are healthy and beautiful, 2 brown males, 1 silver female, and 1 tri colored female, you can see the parents at...
www.wildwestkennels.8m.net
click on where it says comming soon
will put up pics of the lil ones soon too, $200 each, will post pics soon
back to my original question,,
nylon halters tend to get still after a while, what can i do to make them more flexable again???
please pm me:?:
Washing them in the washing machine and air drying helps renew them. Worked for me.
 

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To add to the washing machine thing, also place them in a pillow case to protect your washer from the buckles, this will also keep it from getting "fuzzy". Then when it is still wet, wiggle the crap out of the halter itself, bunch it up, straighten it out, take each strap and cheek piece and ect. and hold the with both hands and wiggle them to loosen the threads.
 
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