Laser Sheen ConcentrateThis page contains information on Laser Sheen Concentrate for veterinary use.
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- Laser Sheen Concentrate Indications
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- Direction and dosage information for Laser Sheen Concentrate
Laser Sheen ConcentrateThis treatment applies to the following species:
Dazzling Shine & Detangler
Showring shine lasts a week
Cuts grooming time in half
Won’t make hair brittle and minimizes breakage
PUTS ON AN INCREDIBLE SHINE
- Makes coats sleek and shiny
- Leaves hair soft and silky
- Detangles manes and tails
- Eliminates static fly-away
- Never greasy, oily, sticky or slippery
- Repels dust and dirt
- Prevents manure, grass and latigo stains
- Cuts grooming time in half
- Keeps coats looking healthy and clean
- Lasts up to a week
- Concentrated formula costs less to use
- Just add water and spray
- Outperforms other coat polishes or your money back
- Spray a fine mist of Laser Sheen® Dazzling Shine & Detangler on your horse’s coat, mane and tail until damp. Hand stroke in direction of hair and let dry. Then brush, towel or hand rub coat to finished look.
- Use Laser Sheen® Concentrate every time you bathe your horse to keep him looking clean and shiny up to a week.
- Spray Laser Sheen® Dazzling Shine & Detangler on your horse’s mane and tail right after shampooing to keep hair tangle-free and more manageable with no static electricity.
- Several days before a show or other big event, shampoo your horse and apply Laser Sheen® product. This gives the coat’s natural oils time to regenerate while the Laser Sheen® product prevents spots and stains.
- On show day, apply Laser Sheen® Dazzling Shine & Detangler to your horse’s entire coat for a first place finishing touch.
- Keep a bottle of Laser Sheen® Dazzling Shine & Detangler spray handy for last minute touch-ups right before showtime.
- If your horse’s mane or tail gets terribly tangled, use Laser Sheen® Concentrate to work out snarls and knots without pulling out or breaking a lot of hair.
- Apply Laser Sheen® Dazzling Shine & Detangler to white markings to keep those easily stained areas cleaner longer.
Save & Shine
Give your horse a first-class shine without paying a premium price. Laser Sheen® Concentrate costs less than the price of ShowSheen® and delivers top quality results. Try it yourself and see.
EASY TO USE - JUST ADD WATER
Calibrated Window Makes Mixing a Snap
Ounces are measured out for you. Just invert the bottle and pour out what you need.
Mix up a Quart
Pour 3 oz. of Laser Sheen® Concentrate in a quart sprayer, add water and shake.
Mix up a Gallon
For big grooming jobs, empty entire bottle (12 oz.) of Laser Sheen® Concentrate into a gallon container, add water and shake well. Apply with a fine mist sprayer.
The Laser Sheen® Concentrate GUARANTEE
We guarantee you’ll like Laser Sheen® Concentrate better than ShowSheen®, or any other ready-to-use coat polish, or your money back. Call 1-800-234-2269 for more information.
ShowSheen® is a registered trademark of W.F. Young, Inc.
CENTRAL Garden & Pet
Farnam - Your Partner in Horse Care™
Manufactured for: FARNAM HORSE PRODUCTS, A Division of Farnam Companies, Inc., P.O. Box 34820, Phoenix, AZ 85067
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In the US: 800-234-2269
In Canada: 800-548-2828
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12 fl oz (355 ml)
MAKES ONE GALLON
NAC No.: 1000326.1
301 WEST OSBORN ROAD, P.O. BOX 34820, PHOENIX, AZ, 85013-3928
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