Fungasol Spray, 22 oz

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Fungasol Spray, 22 oz

Absorbine Fungasol Spray is a leave-on, water-based spray treats skin conditions like girth itch, ringworm and rain rot. Also conditions the hair coat. Read More

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Absorbine Fungasol Spray

A leave-on, water-based spray containing anti-fungal and anti-bacterial ingredients, triclosan and tea tree oil.

Conditions the hair coat. Treats skin conditions like girth itch, ringworm and rain rot.

First shampoo the horse with a fungicide shampoo, then spray daily until the condition clears up.

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  • Brand: Absorbine
  • Type: Fungus Treatment
  • Ingredients: Chlorhexidine, Triclosan, Tea Tree Oil
  • Size: 22 oz

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Read instructions..."

    WOW! If you can't follow simple instructions, you can't really expect a product to work. If it says shake well before using, it probably doesn't mean a few days sitting in a truck or warehouse will make this product work wonders. I would venture to guess that the blue "gunk" in the bottom was probably the important part of the process (hence the need to shake). I feel badly for the dog who has to rely on this person.

  2. 1.0 out of 5 stars

    "Completely worthless; waste of money!"

    blue gunk in bottom fouled up sprayer and was told to shake it up to disolve it. after days of shipping, shouldn't it be mixed well??? After POURING it on my dogs to clear up fungus infection, it did NOTHING!!! Went back to using the RED stuff; it works but does stain a white coated dog! IS THERE ANYTHING OUT THERE that isn't colored red and that is strong enough to work without having to take my dog to the vet???er Didn't even work, even when I poured this stuff on my dogs! Went back to using the red stuff; even though it stains their white coats

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