Easy & Cheap DIY Mane & Tail Detangler
For some odd reason (cough cough) anything horse related is expensive. Very expensive.
I mean if you have the money to spend on $20.00 a bottle detangler made for horses and or you want to go that route by all means go ahead.
But some of us either don't have that option or don't want to.
If your like me every dollar counts. So I can't spend 20, or 15, or even just 10 dollars on a detangler. Heck not even 7 would tempt me. It's gotta be 4 or less.
Especially for an animal that lives mostly outdoors rolling in dirt. I love them but they love to get dirty. And there isn't anything wrong with that.
So here's a little secret on how to save a ton of money on detangler and use as much as you want without feeling guilty or wasteful.
Now I make no claims on how it compares to an actual detangler made for horses but it does the job.
Buy some cheap human conditioner of your choice. I usually use the $1.40 Coconut scented Suave ones at Walmart.
You'll also need a cheap spray bottle. You can find them in the cleaning supplies isle at walmart for a few bucks.
Add 2 TBS of Conditioner to spray bottle
Fill rest with water.
Shake before each use.
You can add a TBS of coconut or olive oil for extra smooth locks and a few drops of your favorite essential oil for more aromatherapy.