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Getting Stains out.

August 8, 2008
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A friend of mine, Hi Andrea, asked me if I had any suggestions on getting stains out of manes/tails on white/grey horses.

This is an excerpt from Equine Tightwaddery on that very subject:

Stain Removers
When you see (H) next to the name of a recipe it means that it is also for human use and is the amount you would use for a human. You will need to adjust the amounts for your horses.

Getting White White
Equal parts vinegar and water will take out manure stains. May take a few applications.

Mrs. Stewarts Laundry Bluing(or any laundry bluing). One capful in a gallon of water.

Bluing Soap but be careful it will bleach out colored spots.

Getting a white leg extra white: Wash the leg and let dry, then clip at least 3 days before the show. Use a #15 or #30 blade. After use a quarter sized drop of Whisk with bleaching action on each sock. Do not leave in for more than 3 minutes and rinse thoroughly.

Stain Removal
Put Witchhazel in a spray bottle and spray area. Then wipe it off with a rag to remove grass and
manure stains.

Clean up mud spots in the winter
Ingredients:
1/4 cup baking soda for a hand sized mud spot
Instructions:
Work baking soda into mud spot (dried mud) and brush it out. Spray with a mixture of white vinegar and water. The spot will start to bubble and lift out the remaining dirt.

If anyone else has any ideas please post!

Thanks Nancy

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Getting Stains out.

August 8, 2008
By

A friend of mine, Hi Andrea, asked me if I had any suggestions on getting stains out of manes/tails on white/grey horses.

This is an excerpt from Equine Tightwaddery on that very subject:

Stain Removers
When you see (H) next to the name of a recipe it means that it is also for human use and is the amount you would use for a human. You will need to adjust the amounts for your horses.

Getting White White
Equal parts vinegar and water will take out manure stains. May take a few applications.

Mrs. Stewarts Laundry Bluing(or any laundry bluing). One capful in a gallon of water.

Bluing Soap but be careful it will bleach out colored spots.

Getting a white leg extra white: Wash the leg and let dry, then clip at least 3 days before the show. Use a #15 or #30 blade. After use a quarter sized drop of Whisk with bleaching action on each sock. Do not leave in for more than 3 minutes and rinse thoroughly.

Stain Removal
Put Witchhazel in a spray bottle and spray area. Then wipe it off with a rag to remove grass and
manure stains.

Clean up mud spots in the winter
Ingredients:
1/4 cup baking soda for a hand sized mud spot
Instructions:
Work baking soda into mud spot (dried mud) and brush it out. Spray with a mixture of white vinegar and water. The spot will start to bubble and lift out the remaining dirt.

If anyone else has any ideas please post!

Thanks Nancy

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