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Cavalor SoleMate 1.6kg
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    Description

    Cavalor SoleMate 1.6kg - Cavalor SoleMate again takes the lead in providing the perfect care for hoof soreness without having to wrap! Cavalor SoleMate will not test!

    Cavalor SoleMate is developed to provide natural care for footsore horses due to galloping, jumping, pulled shoes, thin soles, bruises, abscesses, etc,. Cavalor SoleMate is a blend of natural ingredients that will not test and can be used during competitions. Cavalor SoleMate is designed to draw out pain, soreness and inflammation after a horse's hard workout.

    Indication for use

    Cavalor SoleMate is extremely sticky but won't adhere to a wet hand! Thoroughly clean all areas of the sole using a hoof pick and brush dirt out to ensure maximum absorption. Hoof must be DRY to adhere properly. Using a wet hand (or glove if preferred) scoop out product and cover the sole and frog evenly. Cover with wood shavings, paper, etc, so it won't stick to barn floor. No need to wrap for stall rest but recommended for turnout or if your horse does not have shoes.

    INGREDIENTS: 
    - Epsom Salts work to draw out pain and soreness.
    - Iodine is an antiseptic, anti-microbial, anti-fungal. 
    - Pine Tar helps provide moisture balance and promote new hoof growth. 

     

    Safety and conservation


    FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY  !!!

     

    Cavalor SoleMate must be kept in moderate temperatures (10 - 25 C°). If it hardens in cold temperatures soak in warm water to soften. If too soft, soak in ice water or refrigerate to restore proper consistency. Keep out of reach of children.
    Cavalor SoleMate will keep for 2 years in a sealed packaging .

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