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    I use Show Shine but we always used to use Baby Oil on the horses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1st retriever View Post
    I use Show Shine but we always used to use Baby Oil on the horses.
    Show Sheen (a horse product) has been an effective pre-hunt spray application for my long haired bird dogs but loses effectiveness pretty quickly in the water. Those trying SS will want to be sure to apply it outdoors and keep Pup from laying on vinyl floors until it's mostly worn off. It's SLICK.

    The other burr removal helps I'd mentioned, Cowboy Magic and Mane and Tail, are applied to burrs that are already in the dog's coat, then readily rinse out of it.
    If you think I'm wrong, you might be right.

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