Quic Color Shampoo

$10.09
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Quic Color Shampoo

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Product Summary:

Uses light refracting color technology to create extraordinary shimmer and shine that naturally enhances every hue.

Safe and effective on every color coat. Most effective on chestnuts, browns, bays, appaloosas and paints.

Size:
16 oz

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chestnut & bays
DIAN W on May 25, 2014
Will this work on buckskins?
kendall on Oct 9, 2015
Best Answer: Might depend on the buckskin. It brightens the whites, so it makes my palomino's white tail brilliant white ( more white than Quic Silver, but Quic Silver makes his tail shiny/glossy/sparkley like Cowboy Magic does. I prefer Quic Color for the whites).
I don't notice any real difference on the areas of his coat that it gets on, but his coat is more yellow lab color anyhow, rather than bright gold. It seems to have optical brighteners as well as the (strong!) purple color, so it might make yellows less bright. OK for buttermilk/, not for golden buckskin maybe?
Reply · Report · DEANNA O on Oct 9, 2015
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Will this works ok my grullo curly paint cross?
A shopper on Jan 18, 2015
Best Answer: Safe and effective on every color coat. Most effective on chestnuts, browns, bays, appaloosas and paints.
Reply · Report · Caitlin BStaff on Jan 19, 2015
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