Povidone-Iodine 10% Solution

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Povidone-Iodine 10% Solution


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Product Summary:

Povidone-Iodine 10% Solution

This topical cleanser supports the healing of wounds and skin irritations. The non-irritating, non-stinging formula is safe for use on horses, cattle, dogs and cats, and is non-staining to skin, hair and natural fabrics.


  • Highly-effective topical preparation
  • Non-irritating, non-staining and will not blister
  • Kills susceptible bacteria, fungi, protozoa, yeast and viruses
Item Specifications:

32 fl oz.

Active Ingredient:
Povidone-Iodine (titratable iodine 1.0%): 10%

Apply full-strength as often as needed. Wet area thoroughly to insure complete coverage and penetration but avoid "pooling." May be covered with bandage if necessary.

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. May be harmful if swallowed. If infection or irritation develops, discontinue use and consult a veterinarian. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid storing at excessive heat. Not for human use.

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Item Number Model Number UPC
SLT160859 16001 086621160019

Product Reviews by Customers

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Best price for this product!
April 26, 2018
6 months ago
Best all around wound cleaner and disinfectant. Need the 10% at least.
October 18, 2014
Great for Problem Hooves
I have a mare who has chronic hoof problems due to age and Cushings. This product works great at helping to heal her abcesses and toughen her soles. As an added bonus, it does not stain my hands or clothing when I get a little sloppy during her treatments.
March 7, 2014
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a must for any farm, great product and great price
MAUREEN D on Apr 27, 2018
my treatment of choice for hoof care/thrush
TANYA G on Feb 10, 2016
a must for any farm, great product and great price
MAUREEN D on Apr 27, 2018
I ordered this to help harden their hooves and to kill bacteria
JOAN L on Jul 3, 2017
my treatment of choice for hoof care/thrush
TANYA G on Feb 10, 2016
good price
Karen B on Feb 2, 2016
every horse or livestock owner should have a bottle on hand. Good to irrigate fresh wounds to help kill any bacteria and prep the area for topical ointments.
G A on Jan 29, 2016
same as betadine and less expensive
MARGARET M on Dec 12, 2015
needed, always good to have along
M E on Nov 28, 2015
cant buy in stores anymore. works wonders in florida on wound care
diane b on Sep 28, 2015
Hard to find item
MONNE I on Nov 26, 2014
I ordered this to help harden their hooves and to kill bacteria
JOAN L on Jul 3, 2017
good price
Karen B on Feb 2, 2016
is this ok for a 4lb puppy,,,?,,, scratches a lot,,,,,,,,,rather not give her a pill''''''''
Ruth M on May 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My dog dancer has developed allergies over the last 2 years. Was also breaking out on her belly and losing hair along with ear infections and itchy paws. I put some povidone in a bowl and put in enough water to make it look like tea. Then dip in a cloth and wipe her down where she is itchy. Do it 2 times a day and see if there is any inprovement. Dont have to worry is puppy licks it because it will not hurt her. If this does not stop the itching see a vet because she may need help with allergy relief.
Can I use povidone solution as antiseptic for a skin problem?
A shopper on Apr 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I think it will depend on the skin problem. If the problem is bacterial, this should work, but if it's a parasite (like mange) or fungus (like ringworm) I would think you need a different type of treatment. I use it diluted as a face wash (for my horses) and full strength as an antiseptic on wounds. Iodine can be an irritant and cause an allergic-type reaction, but it is what veterinarians use as an antiseptic. Consult your vet for the type of skin problem your horse has to be sure you are treating the condition correctly.