RESPECT The- Star!
|Purred: Sun Apr 18, '10 3:20pm PST |
|I never had to worry about white, until I got Cowboy. I know all the horse products, that would work, but they are horse products. Tried alot of the cat whitening shampoos, was not happy with any of them, I know how white should shine, used to show Palomino.
Then I saw this, and thought, might as well try it, just could not believe the white shine it put on his white feet, chest and tummy, its so bright, the judges gotta wear shades, mol.
And, at one show, was packing up in the hotel, getting ready to head back to the show hall, and Cowboy had diarea, my fault, gave him too much baby food, the night before. But now it is all over his back white feet, and back end. Filled the sink with warm water, and plunked his whole back end in there, and scrubbed with a wash cloth, it came right out. No hair dryer to dry him, so dryed him with towels the best I could, maid must have loved me, every towel and wash cloth was used, mol. He was still a little damp, for his first ring, judges never said a word, and he made the final.
Its called Pantene Pro V, Silver Expressions, daily color enhancing shampoo, sterling to snow.
It says helps remove dulling, yellowing residue.
Cowboy never had a prob with yellow stains, but his white just shines, and that diarea came right out, with just warm water and a washcloth.
You wash your normal wash steps. When you get to the last wash step, put some on the white, let it sit, while you do the last shampoo step, then rinse it all out. You have to be extremly careful not to let it sit too long, or it makes the white, purple, and you have to be careful to rinse it all out, and most importantly, do not get any of it, on the rest of the fur, or it dulls it.
Found that out the hard way too, now we have a system, so it just gets on his white. Then you do the normal vinegar rinse and whatever else steps you do.
Best of luck.