Shapley's Magic Sheen
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I’m a huge fan of keeping things simple. Use elbow grease as necessary, make things simple and clear for your horse, make a few trips with lots of items instead of lots of trips with a few items. I also want a few simple horse grooming products to really spiff things up - and Magic Sheen is one of them. But did you know there are many, many uses for Shapley’s Magic Sheen?
My favorite uses for Magic Sheen so far:
-Added shine. Use before a ride to sleek up your horse. Wow the judges, or just your barn mates.
-Detangled tail. A little bit goes a long way and works for a tail that is brushed out as well as a tail that is picked out - your choice.
-Stain repellent. Great to use on socks and stockings, tails and manes to repel stains. Grass and manure spots slide off easily!
-Helmet hair helper. Nothing says “I live in a barn” more than helmet hair. A little Magic Sheen on your locks with a brush can turn crazy hair into civilized hair. If you are into that sort of thing.
-Zipper unsticking. Ever been stuck in a pair of riding boots or breeches due to an uncooperative zipper? Spray some Magic Sheen and you are good to go.
-Make your shampoo go further. A spritzing with Magic Sheen after a bath creates a layer of dust and dirt repelling goodness.
-Your clippers will be like a hot knife through butter. Use Magic Sheen before you clip. Saves your clipper blades, reduces lines, and makes the whole clipping process easy.
-Protect tail and mane hairs from breakage. Dry and brittle hairs break, but protected hairs are less likely to get snagged and break.
-Remove burrs from manes and tails. Also super for wind knots!
-Prevent blanket rubs. A sleek coat lets the blankets glide easily over your horse, reducing blanket rubs!
What other uses do you have for Shapley’s Magic Sheen?