|Picture from Robinsons Equestrian Website|
As you may be aware, last Sunday (23rd March) I took Pea out for some dressage and I had spent the day before scrubbing his legs clean. Unfortunately, being the ditz that I am sometimes, I completely forgot to take his lick out of his stable and I'm sure you can guess what happened...(I'm pretty sure Pea did it on purpose because he wasn't allowed out to roll though!) Sunday morning I arrived at the yard and opened Peas door to find lovely orange marks on his legs where he had rubbed his lick covered mouth! Just typical! Luckily, my yard sells a few products so I went into the office to see if they had anything which could help get rid of the stains, or at least hide them! That's where I saw a bottle with Stainmaster written on it. It was slightly dusty where it had clearly been sat on the shelf for a while as no one really buys anything from the yard, but I picked it up and went to try it out.
The product description says: "Ideal for removing dirt and manure stains with no need to rinse. Fantastic for last minute show touch ups and an 'on the spot' brightener for white markings. Stainmaster can also be used as a dry shampoo when it's too cold to bath."
|From Carr & Day & Martin Website|
Think it's a new bottle.
All you need to do is spray the product into the stain (or a cloth/sponge if it's the face) and then massage in with a damp cloth/sponge and wipe off. It works so nicely and definitely helps to remove the stains on Peas legs! It even got used in a few other spots which I deemed to be slightly too mucky! I also took it along to the competition with him in case he unloaded with any poo stains (typically he did!) and so is now a firm staple in my competition kit! I also like that it can be used as a dry shampoo as I always feel guilty washing him in the winter, despite sticking to his legs and using warm water!
Do you have any other products you love using? Will you be trying this product out? Leave me a comment below to let me know!
Thanks for reading,