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Farnam Excalibur Sheath Cleaner

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Farnam Excalibur Sheath Cleaner

$8.39

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Product Summary:

 

Farnam® Excalibur® Sheath Cleaner for Horses

 

Non-irritating sheath cleaner containing Tea Tree Oil specifically developed to be fast and easy in the removal of accumulated body oils, dirt and debris (smegma)

·         Gently softens, loosens and removes smegma from horse’s sheath

·         Excellent for breeding stallions

·         Can also be used on mares, as a spot cleanser or whitener

 

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works Great! I had a gelding that hadn't been cleaned in 5 years or so and used this and it worked great. I did spray some water in there and put this cleaner in there (wearing a glove of course) and let it sit about 5+ minutes and it seemed to clean easier. My guy didn't mind me at all doing this. Now that it's clean I do him in spring & fall and it's pretty quick. First time took about an hour. January 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excalibur Sheath Cleaner I have no problem cleaning my three geldings sheaths with Excalibur. Ive been using it for about 15 years now. I sometimes use it on my mare if she gets a waxy build up as well. The only problem is trying to rinse the sheath with a hose. Two of my boys dont mind, one objects and kicks. : March 25, 2009
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