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Re: [RC] Do Dixie Midnight Pads need to be replaced - Sisu West Ranch

I suspect that applied early Armorall would greatly slow the loss of plasticizer from horse tack. My only caveat would be that you would probably end up with a relatively high surface concentration of whatever the plasticizer in Armorall is. Some of the Phthalate plasticizers, at least anecdotally, seem to cause allergic reactions in some horses. I would watch my horse carefully for skin irritation, and stop using the tack at the first sign of irritation.

Ed & Wendy Hauser
2994 Mittower Road
Victor, MT 59875

(406) 642-9640



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Re: [RC] Do Dixie Midnight Pads need to be replaced, Peter Harper