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Nettex Sheath & Teat Cleaner 250ml
TRLNET0400

RRP: £10.86
£9.49

Description

Nettex Sheath & Teat Cleaner 250ml

Nettex Sheath & Teat Cleaner is a simple yet effective non-abrasive formula to remove the build-up of smegma from the sheath and teats of stallions, geldings and mares.

Nettex Sheath and Teat cleaner is a high foam easy rinse formula that does not upset the pH balance of the sensitive skin inside the sheath or teats. It quickly and efficiently removes the build-up of smegma so not causing discomfort to the horse. It is ideal to use on stallions, geldings and mares.

Made in the UK.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Dilute 3 or 4 capfuls in 4.5 litres of warm water and mix to produce a foam. Use a sponge or cloth to gently clean the required area. If the smegma is very dry and hard allow to soften for a few minutes after applying the diluted solution before gently rubbing to remove. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.

Dilute 3 or 4 capfuls in 4.5 litres of warm water and mix to produce a foam. Use a sponge or cloth to gently clean the required area. If the smegma is very dry and hard allow to soften for a few minutes after applying the diluted solution before gently rubbing to remove. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.

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