Sole CleanseRead reviews
Hoof cleaning spray
New label, new sizes, exactly the same product, ingredients and formula:
You will notice some changes to our labelling but dont worry this is exactly the same product that we have been making for years. We have updated the labels to meet labelling regulatory requirements. Meaning we have omitted some labelling elements that are not mandatory and added others that are. We still use the same quality ingredients in the same high concentrations!
Sole Cleanse spray cleanses the frog and sole to reduce and prevent foul odour and tissue degredation.
Its active ingredients cleanse the frog and sole and support healthy tissue growth.
Sole Cleanse can be used to flush cracks in the white line, frog and other crevices in the horse’s foot prior to packing them with Artimud or Hoof-Stuff.
500ml Spray Bottles, 2500ml Jerry Can Refills and EcoFill bottles (coming soon!) which are plastic pouches containing enough concentrate to make up 2500ml in the pouch just by adding tap water and use like our standard Refills!
The simple ingredients in Sole Cleanse have been chosen for their effective cleansing properties.
A powerful, non-caustic, cleansing agent.
A highly effective essential oil that helps to toughen weakened structures.
To maintain product consistency.
‘Spencer’ a 10 year old ex-racehorse, in Australia, was purchased with very contracted heels, associated deep central sulcus cracks and widespread hoof infection.
After transitioning to barefoot and having improved diet and environment his hooves improved but white line deterioration at the toe and a deep central sulcus crack still caused him to show signs of discomfort.
His owner started flushing the hooves with Sole Cleanse on a daily basis and packing the sulcus with Hoof Stuff followed by Artimud as the cracks grew out.
Signs of infection abated and the sulcus crack closed. The frog expanded and ‘fattened’ up to become a more healthy size and shape. White line damage at the toe decreased significantly and continues to do so. Sole density and hardness also returned to healthy levels.
“The difference is amazing. He’s now landing toe first and has beautiful, fat, healthy frogs for the first time in 4 years. Thanks again for such brilliant products.”
‘Blitz’ is a 6-yo Mérens horse.
He has been barefoot all of his life. He has had multiple hoof issues since December 2016, and had an episode of laminitis in May 2017. Due to very thin soles, Blitz wears boots and pads 12 hours a day during turnout. To stop his feet from getting soft, discoloured and smelling bad Sole Cleanse was used on a regular basis. This was done by spraying a little into each boot and under the pads, especially when they have got wet.
The customer selected Sole Cleanse because it is safe to use on feet, she knew that it would not be harmful, unlike other, chemical based, disinfectants could be.
“I know that by using Sole Cleanse regularly, it is making Blitz’s hoof rehab easier, healthier and less stressful than it could have been.”
We do not recommend using Sole Cleanse in wounds or on the skin as it may sting.
Yes, but if the horse shows and adverse reaction use something gentler i.e. saline solution.
Have a look at the table below for help on this, if you still cannot decide then email us!
Shake before each use. Ensure feet are picked out and clean prior to application. Apply daily to problem areas as long as required. Apply weekly as a preventative measure.
Committed to using the most natural ingredients possible
Since we started Red Horse back in 2006, we’ve been committed to using the most natural ingredients possible, ingredients that are effective and yield great results while still being kind to equine hooves and tissue. This commitment is at the heart of our promise to our customers and is a core part of the brand and our business.
Because of this, we’ve always made a point of avoiding the caustic nasties and bulky fillers commonly found in many mass market products and have sought out and selected suppliers to enable us to deliver this promise through our range.