|Body Wash Questions
- What is in Body Wash?
- Do I need to dilute the Body Wash?
- Do I wet the animal first before foaming?
- Will the solution bother my animal's eyes or skin?
- Why should I refoam the animal and leave it on to dry?
- Please explain the health benefits that can be achieved by using EQ Body Wash?
- What happens if I use too much Body Wash on my horse?
What is in Body Wash?
Surfactant (detergent esters) derived from plant sources mainly plant oil fatty acids. These make highly soluble liquid cleansers that are efficient and easy to rinse off because of their high solubility.
Do I need to dilute the Body Wash?
No. Simply pour the solution full strength into the EQ Foamer Bottle. The EQ Foaming Tool will dilute the Body Wash as needed.
Do I wet the animal first before foaming?
No, it is not necessary to wet your animal before foaming. EQ Solutions Body Wash is designed to clean your animal Easy & Quick! Foam On. Rinse. Refoam & Let Dry. No scrubbing is required!
Will the solution bother my animal's eyes or skin?
No. EQ Solutions Body Wash is all natural and pH balanced, therefore it will not harm your animal.
Why should I refoam the animal and leave it on to dry?
By reapplying the foam to the animal and allowing it to dry without rinsing, the hair and skin will not only be softened and properly moisturized but the food sources for bacteria and pests will be removed, making your animal healthier!
Please explain the health benefits that can be achieved by using EQ Body Wash?
Testing has shown that with regular use of EQ Solutions Body Wash you will see a remarkable difference in the health of your animal(s) with things such as girth itch, fungus, rain rot, and scratches.
What happens if I use too much Body Wash on my horse?
Using too much Body Wash will not harm your animal. The only difference is it will probably take you longer to wash the product off the animal during the rinse process. It's very important that all the product be rinsed off because at that point all the dirt, grime, and sweat that has been released by the product needs to be rinsed off the animal. So when you refoam the animal you are putting the solution back onto a clean animal. At that point, again it will not harm your animal if more foam is on them than you intended.
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