Red-Kote Wound Spray

Red-Kote Wound Spray


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Product Summary:

For fast healing of lacerations, scratches, etc. Non-drying. Fights infection, stimulates skin growth, minimizes scar tissue.

Size:  5 oz.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing results I've been using Red-Kote on two of my horses that suffer from sweet itch and the reults are incredible. The wounds heal off immediately and even the itching seems to subside. Great product and a great price. August 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by fabulous product the day we were leaving for our county fair my horse some how managed to get a 7"long, 2"deep cut on her shoulder. Being a Sunday (of course) I didn't want to make an ER vet call because I figured he wouldn't sew it up anyway. We washed out the cut with water, patted dry & sprayed generously with scarlet oil. We put her in a stall & repeated the process every morning & evening. Within 2 weeks the cut was completely healed up! It looks absolutely fabulous! August 6, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by This really worked well for my horse My horse fell while outside and ripped his skin clear off in a 1 section. The vet recommended using red kote. It worked so well. His hair came back wonderfully and he healed up great.And it also repelled shavings. And unlike other aersols this one didnt seem to phase him when applied. The only downside is that its red and draws quite a bit of attention to the wound. February 23, 2009
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