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winnimizz Vor 11 Tage
But what about how well Matt's hoodie matches his eyes?
T.R.S Jbear
T.R.S Jbear Vor 17 Tage
Hftyftyifuhv omg I have to use this before my showssss. My paint has such a yellow tail and this will fix ittt. I’m so excited
Elizabeth Ducote
Wish I knew this hack when my horse was alive. I had a white horse, well she was supposed to be white but you can never keep her clean!
Polly Bouten
Polly Bouten Vor Monat
One of the best shampoo tricks we use with the pony’s when showing is using the dutch baby brand called Zwitsal. It makes their coats shine like crazy, is safe to use on horses and is less expensive then horse shampoo. It also makes them smell like a baby’s butt so that is amazing.
Gail Bartlett
Gail Bartlett Vor Monat
We used Blueing. It's like a white dye. It's blue in color but it kept a white horse white and after waiting for a few, we would wash the horses again. You may be able to find it in the laundry supplies at the store. It may be called something eles in your area tho. I am in the USA. Loving you guys always.
Susan Bee
Susan Bee Vor Monat
Try using a squirt bottle like the ones the dishwashing liquid comes in for the mane. To eliminate the yellowing that comes from being in the sun, use liquid blueing to make the mane and tail look really light! We use it on white show dogs after the bath, before the final rinse. You only need a bit of the bluing to make the water in a squirt bottle look barely blue. Careful on the amount, or you get a blue tail. It looks really blue on the fur for a few minutes then rinse throughly. The bright white is truly surprising ; ) Be sure to use a Mane and Tail conditioner because the vinegar and baking soda will dry out fur and skin; throughly rinse and rinse again.
Leigh Hunter Jumperz
Love this!! ALSO White Apple Cider Vinegar is really good to put in the feed. It keeps the blood clean, you can toss the fly spray away & you'll have a fly-free barn as well. I also feed it to my own family & my doggie. I'm not sure the exact amount (you can look it up online) for the horses (we measured it & just have a little cup that holds the proper amount in the feed room). ANOTHER one, is coconut oil & it also does wonders for mane, tail, hooves & 7 other things specific to horses. I also put a small amount in my dog's food, which she can't get ENOUGH of. She had a skin condition & the coconut oil has taken care of it. I like to use anything natural I can vs. pills or chemicals whenever possible. 😅
Lily Crookes
Lily Crookes Vor 2 Monate
Matt: *accidently pokes a hole in the bottle* Matt 10 seconds later: AnOtHeR HaCk!
PAL 725
PAL 725 Vor 2 Monate
Wow! That really worked.
Deborah Vor 2 Monate
pollution has caused a lot of that to their hair, and human hair also, example smokers hair if they are white or silver will turn a brassy yellowish color, so what you've just done on your ponies main and tail, will work the same for a smokers hair. A hack I've had to use on dogs was to get rid of the skunk spray on 3 of my dogs several years back, I used this same method for that, and it did okay but my dogs were house dogs, so I tried spray and wash that is used on clothes. It worked much better tomato juice didn't work either like some had told me about.
Kayla G
Kayla G Vor 2 Monate
Baking soda works amazing for your own skin and hair once a week at max to strip it of products that leave a residue after time. This is safe for horses as long as they don't have cuts as the vinegar will burn especially when mixing with baking soda. Wonderful results!
LZL 4 Vor 2 Monate
How rich are u? 😅✌🏾🤑
Carole Harkins
Carole Harkins Vor 2 Monate
use a purple shampoo. it will get the yellow out
Kris Oesterle
Kris Oesterle Vor 2 Monate
Vinegar acts like a softener in clothes. I’ve used it as a fabric s softener with essential oil added for a pleasant scent.
Ema Wright
Ema Wright Vor 2 Monate
Ketchup is another way to help get tails and mains white! Use it on my horses all the time👌🏼
Shelly Webster
Shelly Webster Vor 2 Monate
Blueing is something else that we used on our horse's tails, had excellent results .
Anette Närlund
Anette Närlund Vor 2 Monate
@Matt Harnacke I just love this video and litte bear. He is so cute! Have you tried Head & shoulders schampoo. That works great on white horses.
Evan K310
Evan K310 Vor 2 Monate
I thought he lived in the Netherlands not Australia
Carlin Kay
Carlin Kay Vor 3 Monate
Don’t get that vinegar on his bottom and eyes...ouch!
Linda Ammerman
Linda Ammerman Vor 3 Monate
blueing shampoo works besti use it was
Annina Lebeau
Annina Lebeau Vor 3 Monate
I love this idea. do that in the summer, the vinegar smell/odur will keep midgets and flies under control.
Faye Reeve
Faye Reeve Vor 3 Monate
Matt your growing with so much natural confidence wanted to no what you brought for lunch tho .
Lelia Cogar
Lelia Cogar Vor 3 Monate
Hair 💇
Lelia Cogar
Lelia Cogar Vor 3 Monate
Like it ..I am going to try on my changing color of hair...as we mature our Hamid changes in it color..but yes I liked it. Love you kiddo!😘
Kenia Fernández
Kenia Fernández Vor 3 Monate
Matt do you love ❤️ Jesse Drent
Leap of Faith
Leap of Faith Vor 4 Monate
Amelia Zell
Amelia Zell Vor 4 Monate
⚠️ MAY INCLUDE A SENSITIVE TOPIC ⚠️ Matt, you should react to Raleigh’s video about animals being sexually harassed to raise awareness! It would be greatly appreciated since this is a big deal.
It’s Joanna
It’s Joanna Vor 4 Monate
U look like my English teacher
nERRd404 Vor 5 Monate
If you want to keep it cost efficient, you can buy jugs of white vinegar and tubs of baking soda in much larger sizes at bulk stores (not sure what the Dutch equivalent of Sam's Club and Costco would be) or online. I use vinegar and baking soda as my daily cleaner all over the house since it's safe (I have cats, a bird, and a dog) and only use things like drain cleaner or bleach when absolutely necessary. The problem with using vinegar+baking soda frequently is that it absolutely WILL damage the hair over time and it can severely dry out/irritate skin (yours as well as Bear's, so I definitely recommend wearing those rubber dishwashing gloves whenever you wash the horses with it). I recommend coconut oil, just because that's what I keep at home. I have a huge jar of organic coconut oil here at home. Yes, I can cook with it, but I don't. I use it on myself and my animals as an all-purpose moisturizer, plus it really helps with the dog's and the cats' coats (I put some in their food, but not so much that they refuse to eat). Wash Bear's mane/tail with the baking soda and vinegar. Once his mane and tail are completely dry, rub some coconut oil in your hands and work it into the hair and then immediately comb the excess out and then take him on a walk or something so he doesn't go rolling and turn into a yucky mess (I do this with my husky, who is sorta Bear-sized). It's totally fine if some coconut oil gets on his neck/quarters, it will moisturize his skin and help his coat.
April Woodward
April Woodward Vor 5 Monate
Purple shampoo would help too
Elizabeth Brower
Elizabeth Brower Vor 5 Monate
You’re using the midget as a guinea pig. 😱. I bet the horses don’t like the smell of the vinegar
Lisa Mulvey
Lisa Mulvey Vor 5 Monate
Its amazing what the chemical reaction of the vinegar and baking soda can do. Good job Matt 👍👍👍
Frank H
Frank H Vor 5 Monate
Incredible that this can be your goal of the Day
Bella Biddle
Bella Biddle Vor 5 Monate
How is Matt not at a mil yet
L Minion
L Minion Vor 5 Monate
I tried it I have a horse with white socks and his socks were yellow and brown. So j did what he did and it worked his socks are so much better
Suzanne Vor 6 Monate
The difference is amazing! That is so easy. Glad you posted it. Bears mane and tail look so white and clean. I am wondering if you finish by washing it all with water at the end if that will take away the scent? I will be trying this out on my horses. Bear is so lucky you take such great care of him all the time. He is the sweetest pony ever! I love how he comes running to you. He loves you so much. :)
Jeannine Gruber
Jeannine Gruber Vor 6 Monate
Worked great on my mini also. Thanks for the hack.
Kim In Alaska
Kim In Alaska Vor 6 Monate
Too funny! Have you never read the helpful hints from heloise? She gives all sorts of ways to clean using basic products. Like what they used in the olden days. Lol
Deanne Ah Sing
Deanne Ah Sing Vor 6 Monate
Good results. Love the natural alternative.
light 9
light 9 Vor 6 Monate
I am definitely wanting to do this...what about on a black horse's tail do you think it would bleach it?
crystal yates
crystal yates Vor 6 Monate
Matt:cuts bottle Matt: woah so cool another life hack
Hiba Al Shurafa
Hiba Al Shurafa Vor 6 Monate
This has always helped me with my Palomino mare, she also has white stockings, then my dapple stallion. My boy had a really bad stain on one strand and I used those fizzing denture cleaners (lower tail, nowhere near my boy) and it was great. I rocommend just tying a plastic bag tied over the tail while waiting, then condition!
Angela Hamond-Fenton
Hey Matt I'm a country groomer from Queensland, I do dogs and cats mostly, and I use vinegar and water (50/50) in a spray bottle to help dry animal hair faster. I've never noticed that it leaves a vinegar "smell", but I also use animal colognes so that prolly helps.
Kayla Pearson
Kayla Pearson Vor 6 Monate
Love this type of video!
Kay Loaf
Kay Loaf Vor 6 Monate
I always use quick silver for my white horse! I had trouble making anything else work. But I'm going to have to try the baking soda thing lol
Pippy v w
Pippy v w Vor 6 Monate
We do this all the time! I actually wash my hair with baking soda & use applecider vinegar as conditioner! My hair has never been healthier
I’m gema Hehe
I’m gema Hehe Vor 6 Monate
Bro you on something
Sadie Lynn
Sadie Lynn Vor 6 Monate
I will be using this on my paint horse! Thanks Matt!
Jo Forbes
Jo Forbes Vor 6 Monate
good job. Same formula works on household cleaning too.
Lynette 50
Lynette 50 Vor 6 Monate
Witte azijn is white vinegar according to Google translate Vinegar is an acid. So after use. A really good shampoo bath all over, mane, tail and body (just because of the smell) and condition the mane and tail thoroughly with horse conditioner. With the mane you can use the vinegar in a spray bottle (avoiding the eyes) and brush it through before bathing him. It will sting badly if it gets into any open wounds, scratches, bites etc
Theresa Mallory
Theresa Mallory Vor 6 Monate
He looks great I think it worked really well
Rachael Kirby
Rachael Kirby Vor 6 Monate
His tail and mane look amazing, I would do it once a month to keep on top of it, also after the vinegar put on loads of conditioner to prevent dryness , then his hair will be amazing. Nice job , baking powder and tooth paste are great to whiten teeth too.
Corey Dewhurst
Corey Dewhurst Vor 6 Monate
Salt and vinegar chips by smiths yum do you want me to send you some 👍😀🇦🇺
Cherie Hereora
Cherie Hereora Vor 6 Monate
For being abroad and language is unfamiliar use your smartphone as a translator there are many free translator apps available but I normally use google translate
Jackie Barker
Jackie Barker Vor 6 Monate
Vinegar is good for your hair. We used to use it all of the time. www.healthline.com/health/apple-cider-vinegar-hair
Minyadagniriel Vor 6 Monate
Next time dilute the vinegar with water and you can get away with using less of the vinegar. It works just as well.
OddsAndEnds Menagerie
Watching this while eating salt and vinegar chips 🤷‍♀️
johanna cannata
johanna cannata Vor 6 Monate
FYI .Always do this in a well ventilated area . The mixture of baking soda and vinegar can expel a gas during the chemical reaction ........
Mary Kinnear
Mary Kinnear Vor 6 Monate
You washed and rinsed him after, right?
J aune
J aune Vor 6 Monate
Matt after you’re done, please may sure to rinse profusely with water so that no vinegar remains.
LBontrager Vor 6 Monate
Tanya McBurney
Tanya McBurney Vor 6 Monate
I have heard katsup 🍅 works great on white manes & tails
Paris Devine
Paris Devine Vor 6 Monate
Ps Matt the vinegar can sting quite a bit on sensitive skin and certain area’s, test it on yourself
Dyronn Cortez
Dyronn Cortez Vor 6 Monate
I love the results
Shawn Power
Shawn Power Vor 6 Monate
Vinegar is also antibacterial. Some people mix a little (apple cider vinegar) in water for animals. Good for digestion.
Helena Larsen
Helena Larsen Vor 6 Monate
plz do more
Cricket Vor 6 Monate
SOOOOOO GLAD Bear is back‼️‼️‼️ Can hardly wait to see Chase again ‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️
601salsa Vor 6 Monate
You still need to be careful as it will dry out the horse hair just like it does human hair. My friend uses it on her hair and its called a apple cider vinegar rinse. Use a really effective deep conditioner
RPostVideos Vor 6 Monate
And now Bear smells like a salad! Yummy! 😁 🥗 🐎
Lisa Fraser
Lisa Fraser Vor 6 Monate
Soda and vinegar is great to clean so many things.. Your teeth, laundry, toilet lol My Mom uses it when she has indigestion too lol
Judy Lee
Judy Lee Vor 6 Monate
I think it worked beautifully on Beer. His color truly went from brownish to white. LOVE the difference.
Judy Lee
Judy Lee Vor 6 Monate
This is actually a great cleaner. I use it to clean my oven ;)
Kai Vor 6 Monate
Diluted vinegar is good for hair. But I wouldn't recommend using it straight. The large amount of baking soda is the one that would dry it out. Diluted vinegar can restore the pH and make it soft.
jesus contreras
jesus contreras Vor 6 Monate
Thank you Matt! this really works good! I will save a lot money! your are so nice! by the way say hi to Jess! I like his raspy voice! can he sings? am Shure will sound pretty good ! tell him to tray at list a little bit please.
Leafy’Green Vor 6 Monate
Him: we will start by reading the recipe Me: oh so we are going back to the school trip times? Fabulous! (When you are on the tour and you just wanna unpack)
Linda McLean
Linda McLean Vor 6 Monate
Are you Australlian Matt? Good video😀😀
lovely Queen
lovely Queen Vor 7 Monate
omg i need to try this on my horse! her mane has also a brown stain...
Vivian Winford
Vivian Winford Vor 7 Monate
WOW! I can notice a big difference in his mane as well. Great hack. Don't have a horse now but will remember this hack. Thanks. 🇺🇸
Ami White
Ami White Vor 7 Monate
You can use baking soda and vinegar to lift pet accidents out of carpet too.
Kinley Nickerson
Kinley Nickerson Vor 7 Monate
I am going to try this hack
Juli Vor 7 Monate
Sarah Jane
Sarah Jane Vor 7 Monate
Google translate is your friend! :D
Elizabeth Blackwell
Elizabeth Blackwell Vor 7 Monate
Doesn't the undiluted vinegar sting their skin. It does on humans.
mikyla martinez
mikyla martinez Vor 7 Monate
white vinegar is also helpful in clearing rain rot and skin gunk 😉
Shari Heiser
Shari Heiser Vor 7 Monate
You guys need a house hag...you should have baking soda, vinegar, dish soap all that good sh*t on hand at all times loves. Someone to take good care of you guys lol. I volunteer Hahahaha
Kate go
Kate go Vor 7 Monate
Google Translate, Matt ;). Works like a charm for single words and short sentences. Suzanne, which is what I call the Dutch voice they have, even has a very Dutch accent.
ace_bean Vor 7 Monate
It's so effing cute when bear runns towards you like a cute dogo
Megan Prudhomme
Megan Prudhomme Vor 7 Monate
You can definitely condition after to help with dryness and smell!!
Cailynn mae
Cailynn mae Vor 7 Monate
Im excited to try this, my palamino gelding has white hair but always stains it yellow lol
Emma showjumping
Emma showjumping Vor 7 Monate
1 Time I put bleach in my ponies tail
Rexomation Vor 7 Monate
matt their called salt and vineager smiths chips mate
jellothenyanco Vor 7 Monate
This is just a friendly reminder. Baking soda melt skin little by little (Alkaline/Acid thing), and human can wash skin thoroughly with water to get rid of baking soda, but animals can't even though they can clean themselves licking but still can't get rid of it completely (I know you neutralized baking soda with vinegar). People sometimes use baking soda for getting rid of smell of dogs or cats but please make sure that you rinse thoroughly and get rid of baking soda completely. I heard that there was a sad case that a cat passed because of baking soda someone used for the cat thinking it's good for the kitty and didn't rinse because the cat was stray and the one couldn't really (you know that most of cats hate bath), on top of that, that person didn't even know what was going to happen if you leave baking soda on skin for long (the person of course brought the cat to the vet when the one found out there's something wrong with the cat, but the cat couldn't make it and finally the person realized what she did, and the vet shared this story so that many other people can learn from it). Baking soda & Vinegar are great and they work like magic (a drink made out of baking soda, vinegar, water plus little bit of NATURAL sea salt can make your body healthy too). I need them in my life. But just keep that in your mind please. I always love watching videos of what you do for your horses with much love. That warms my heart. Thank you.
1heart 4hooves
1heart 4hooves Vor 7 Monate
Tomato ketchup is a great way to get a tail back white definitely worth a try. X
Ashlynn Buzard
Ashlynn Buzard Vor 7 Monate
I have vinaigrer in ny
Ashlynn Buzard
Ashlynn Buzard Vor 7 Monate
I mean chips
Sandi L
Sandi L Vor 7 Monate
Love this Matt! Plus you’re enthusiasm isn’t to die for. Lil Bear is just like my childhood pony, Shadow. Saving this hack for my APHA horses.
Louise Desquenne
Louise Desquenne Vor 7 Monate
There is a laundry soap called Woolite here in America that is a very gentle soap meant for delicate washable. I have used it as a complete body shampoo on my grey mare for years and she is always sparkling white after her baths! ❤️❤️❤️
Angel B
Angel B Vor 7 Monate
I always go to my mom for homemade remedies. They are cost efficient and always work. Turned out beautifully!!!
Jillienne Parriott
Jillienne Parriott Vor 7 Monate
I have used this many times. I learned it from a dog groomer. First mix your shampoo and baking soda in a bowl until it is a soft puddy paste. Message it through main and tail. After 15 to 20 min, put white, or even apple cider vinegar into a spray bottle and spray until it foams up. (Continuous spray bottles available on Amazon) . Rinse very well. I love to follow up with coconut oil with a conditioner. Soft and shiny!! Bear is adorns! XOXO
Leslie Stout
Leslie Stout Vor 7 Monate
Women use vinegar as a hair rinse. Also you might try laundry blueing for white laundry. You would just by a small bottle, dilute with water and dip tail in bucket and work it in. Not sure how you’d get it done with the mane. It’s used to soak white laundry in. Does a beautiful job on that. Don’t imagine it would be any different for coarse mane/tail hair fibers.
Rachel Kropp
Rachel Kropp Vor 7 Monate
You’re from Australia??
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