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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #30 on: April 22, 2008, 02:26:49 PM »
Another awesome product to use to make the hair and skin healthy without any weight is in the "ethnic" hair care section.  It is called Olive Oil Sheen.  Big green aerosol can that is about $4 from Walmart.  I have yet to find anything to make the skin and hair healthier.

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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #31 on: April 22, 2008, 10:21:04 PM »
A little "home brew" - in the cooler months mix olive oil, infusium 23 leavein conditioner and alchohol in 3 equal parts and either spray on and blow in or rag it on and blow. Warmer months if you're not in a cooler, cut the olive oil by 1/3 and add more alchohol. Really good for the hair and skin and makes the hair really work. RW
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #32 on: April 23, 2008, 07:47:38 AM »
Thanks for the bump RSC, just joined the forum not to long ago and all this info is spinning my head with great ideas to help the kids and my pocket book!!  If I had any hints I would add to it, but sorry I don't, but everyone else that has added THANKS SO MUCH!!    (clapping)
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #33 on: April 28, 2008, 11:16:26 PM »
It's topics like this one that I like so much about this forum. Everyone is so helpfull and willing to share a few secrets. (clapping)

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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #34 on: April 29, 2008, 08:34:00 AM »
Another awesome product to use to make the hair and skin healthy without any weight is in the "ethnic" hair care section.  It is called Olive Oil Sheen.  Big green aerosol can that is about $4 from Walmart.  I have yet to find anything to make the skin and hair healthier.
I Used some of the Olive Sheen last night, looks like it should be a nice product.  Walmart sells a product called Motions, I believe.  It comes in the same size can(Yellow with a purple lid) and is about  $ .60 cheaper.  Wer've used it for several years now and it works great to condition the hair with a light oil.  I love to spray a bunch on before I clip.

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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #35 on: April 29, 2008, 11:51:52 AM »
A little "home brew" - in the cooler months mix olive oil, infusium 23 leavein conditioner and alcohol in 3 equal parts and either spray on and blow in or rag it on and blow. Warmer months if you're not in a cooler, cut the olive oil by 1/3 and add more alcohol. Really good for the hair and skin and makes the hair really work. RW
Will the alcohol dry the skin out and is this a everyday treatment?

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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #36 on: April 29, 2008, 06:14:33 PM »
We use the Olive Oil Sheen instead of revive and kleen sheen for daily care and at the last couple of shows used it instead of pink oil.  Worked just as good and was a lot cheaper. (clapping)

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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #37 on: April 30, 2008, 07:40:56 PM »
RSC requested that we "sticky" this topic....since it is "working the hair" season.  Please join in and share your hair care tricks and secrets!!!!

I was in WallyMart today and I noticed that there is another type of pink oil product in the "ethnic" hair care section.  Looked like the same ingredients as pink oil and only $3.30 a can.!   I will try it!
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #38 on: May 02, 2008, 10:16:18 AM »
olive oil ( cooking spray) works just as well as Final bloom
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #39 on: June 11, 2008, 10:09:22 PM »
RSC requested that we "sticky" this topic....since it is "working the hair" season.  Please join in and share your hair care tricks and secrets!!!!

I was in WallyMart today and I noticed that there is another type of pink oil product in the "ethnic" hair care section.  Looked like the same ingredients as pink oil and only $3.30 a can.!   I will try it!


Pink oil, yes  ;D
i've only been showing cows for about two years now, and (admitting a bit of ignorance) thats the only "pink oil" i knew of for quite some time!
i still remember going to the sullivans trailer at a show and thinking WOWt there's more than one kind! I bought a can of the sullivans pink oil thinking it would be a step up  from what we were using but from what i can see it's the exact same thing...
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #40 on: June 11, 2008, 11:51:08 PM »
I love that pink oil from wally world, but I always have to ask for a couple cases of it since they only keep a couple cans of it out. Right now I have a case in the show box, 2 cases in the storage box, and a case sitting beside the grooming chute (thumbsup)
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #41 on: June 12, 2008, 10:21:19 AM »
Yeah, I would say that the Wal-Mart pink oil is just as good, if not better, than the Sullivan's brand.  Does anyone know if the "Pink" cream stuff they have would work well mixed with Kleen Sheen, or if the Pink Oil mousse would work for show day stuff?
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #42 on: June 12, 2008, 11:04:24 AM »
ok, i have a question, and this seems like the thread to ask it in.
I have a shorthorn heifer i'm currently showing and during the colder months she was nothing but a ball of fluff! ;D
Buuuuutttt... now, right here at the beginning of summer shes loosing alot of it very quickly. I was wondering if you guys had any tips of keeping good hair without the privilege of coolers. (I WISH!)

it's also very humid here so i try not to way her down with any product that will be too heavy
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #43 on: June 12, 2008, 11:12:17 AM »
Get up eeeaarrrrrlllllyyyyyy and get her in and rinse her.  Comb and brush her until she doesn't drip water anymore.  Then spray Kleen Sheen(we cut ours 1/2 with vinegar) on her, and brush some more.  Put her under fans ( I have my one heifer under two 24" fans now), and go out and brush her about every two hours or so. I would also rinse her again at about 4 in the afternoon and do the same thing. Then after you feed (we feed at about 7 p.m.), you might rinse her again and blow her out, and put some Pink Oil in her hair to keep from getting a bunch of dirt in it.   Make sure she gets watered enough during the day, and keep working that hair. O0

Don't forget though, that they will shed quite a bit of hair at one time, no matter what you do. Another thing to remember is that if she has the genetics, it will be relatively easy to grow her hair..if she doesn't, then you will have to work really hard, and she still might not be THAT hairy. BUT..... if you work hard and keep her cool, you'll see some nice results.
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Re: Mixing Kleen Sheen and vinegar
« Reply #44 on: June 12, 2008, 11:16:19 AM »
Thanks Olson Family Shorthorns!

I'll try to work on that,

one thing i've been told was mixing mane & tail conditioner with vineger and water...
i've heard it was great but also that it can keep them hot  :-\
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