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jadiebugs1

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I found pine tar at a local amish shop where they sell/repair boots and leather stuffs and it was like a quart or more can in with the horse care products. HTH!
 

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Your local county coop should have it, or any equine supplies store. It's actually used on hooves.
 

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Birdie said:
Your local county coop should have it, or any equine supplies store. It's actually used on hooves.
I was just reading about that online and I THINK there is an equine-type shop down the road from me! I'm not quite in horse-country, but close. I've never been in that store, so I'm not positive it's an equine store but it looks like it should be. I'll try it! Thanks everyone!
 

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It does have a saponification value that can be found in the soap calculator. However, I use mine for superfatting. I have read that in order for it to be most beneficial it should be added at 20%. I do that on top of my regular recipe.....but I think it smells horrible.
 

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