Black Bart from Wisconsin
I've had several black horses. They are out 24/7. Although they have protection shelters, they seem to choose to stand out in the hot sun. I have tried some really expensive supplements and shampoo treatments. None of which have ever worked. In fact, one turned my horse orange. Figured I would give Quic Screen a try. I was thrilled that my black show horse stayed dark. Don't waste your money on those expensive supplements that don't work when this product not only works but doesn't break your bank account.
anne from orlando
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
has kept my gray from fading for years in FL
A girl who loves her pony! from In Pony land
0 out of 1 found this review helpful
I brought this product as an alternative for my horses ripped UV sheet, and now I dont even use the sheet at all! I was thoroughly impressed at how it kept my all white ponies skin protected and not the least bit burnt. This is a good buy :)
Allison from Dallas, TX
5 out of 5 found this review helpful
I have been using this product for 3 months before writing this review. I have a paint with gorgeous deep-black patches, but the TX summers really do a number on her coat. She stands in 100+ degree heat for 5-6 hours each day with full sun and no way of getting out of it. Needless to say, the combination of sweat and sun quickly fade her lovely black patches into yucky burnt reddish-brown. Last year, I tried an expensive feed-through supplement with no results, so this year I grabbed a bottle of QuicScreen when I saw it on sale at the beginning of the season. I didn't have high expectations for a product you spray on just once every 8 days, but so far I've had great results. There is no fading on her body and minimal fading on her face (where I have been afraid to put much on). The directions say to apply after shampooing, but I just hose her off really well and then towel-dry before applying. You don't need a whole lot of it; if you spray on too much, it leaves a weird gritty residue on the coat. All in all, it's a great product and a must-have for dark horses in summer. I've also had great success with the QuicGroom product from this line, so check that out if you need a non-stripping waterless shampoo for white coats.
ArabMom from USA
10 out of 10 found this review helpful
Quic Screen works GREAT. You apply it once a week and it prevents even the darkest horses from fading. I'll never be without it!
Jen Aguirre from Lodi, Ca
16 out of 18 found this review helpful
I used Quic Screen on my black gelding last summer and he didnt fade at all! I have had a problem with his coat fading ever summer and this time it didnt. He looks 100 better in our dressage shows because of it. I would highly recommend it to anyone.
83 out of 143 found this review helpful