FlexTran Animal Care Ring Out Ringworm & Fungus Control Horse Skin Care Concentrate, 4-oz bottle

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Get rid of ringworm and other yucky skin and foot concerns with Ring Out Ringworm & Fungus Control Pet Concentrate. This all-natural, non-toxic, skin-safe, hypoallergenic formula provides powerful healing and prevention of infectious ringworm and other fungal conditions. Simply mix the concentrate with water in a spray bottle and spray the affected areas—no wiping required. It works on skin, wounds, hooves and feet and can be used to decontaminate surfaces in barns, kennels, stalls and on equipment, too. Use in combination with Ring Out Shampoo and Soap for best results.

Key Benefits
  • Safe, all-natural skin safe spray concentrate.
  • Helps treat and prevent ringworm, wool fungus, thrush, rain rot and foot rot.
  • Kills fungi, bacteria, viruses and spores on contact.
  • Reduces scarring and hair loss and helps wounds heal.
  • One 4-ounce bottle makes 32 ounces of spray.

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  • Item Number
    183786
  • Product Form
    Liquid
Ingredients
Ingredients

ProH Safe Technology, food prep Citric and Phosphoric acids, Water and pH adjuster Muratic acid

Instructions

Pour 4 oz concentrate bottle into a 32 oz spray bottle then fill and mix with clean tap water. Spray directly on or wipe infected area with saturated cloth. Gently clean with Ring out scraping away crust or debris and messaging into and around the affected area. Do not rinse; allow to air dry. Apply twice daily for wounds, skin and hoof conditions for best results. Use as a footbath is popular with hooves and animal feet. Decontaminate shared surfaces such as fairs, barns, tie racks, tools, combs, kennels, stalls, chutes, trailers and boots too. Spray surfaces until wet. Even spray and rinse the entire animal with Ring Out (avoid eyes as it may sting). Test certain surfaces to avoid discoloration. All Natural, Non Toxic, Environmentally Friendly, Biodegradable, Water Soluble, Hypo-Allergenic, GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe).Quarantine potentially infected animals, washing daily for 3-4 days until symptoms or threat have passed.

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    Note: this is a concentrate making it a very reasonably priced treatment. It makes 32oz. You will need a 32 oz spray bottle to mix concentrate and water. I foster cats/kittens for my local shelter so ringworm is always with us. This spring I was not having success using my usual RW treatment...it had stopped working. At wits end, I found Ring Out and decided to give it a try. Success! Like everything else, it takes a couple/few weeks but it does effectively get rid of the ringworm. I saw it starting to work within the first 1-2 weeks of daily/consistent treatment; usually the ringworm is gone (no new flair ups) by week 3-4. (It may work even faster if you use the Ring Out Shampoo in unison with Note: this is a concentrate making it a very reasonably priced treatment. It makes 32oz. You will need a 32 oz spray bottle to mix concentrate and water. I foster cats/kittens for my local shelter so ringworm is always with us. This spring I was not having success using my usual RW treatment...it had stopped working. At wits end, I found Ring Out and decided to give it a try. Success! Like everything else, it takes a couple/few weeks but it does effectively get rid of the ringworm. I saw it starting to work within the first 1-2 weeks of daily/consistent treatment; usually the ringworm is gone (no new flair ups) by week 3-4. (It may work even faster if you use the Ring Out Shampoo in unison with the spray but you can probably understand, I am not a fan of having to bathe cats/kittens unless it's absolutely needed... so have no experience using the Ring Out shampoo.) I like that I can spray/swab Ring Out treatment on the cats/kittens as treatment but - bonus - I can also spray it in the kennel and on blankets as part of TREATMENT and as PREVENTATIVE. My only complaint would be that it's not offered in larger/bulk size...when we have a bad outbreak, I can easily go through 1-2 bottles a week (it makes 32oz size spray bottle when mixed with water). I can't imagine those using it for fairs/livestock shows wouldn't also appreciate being able to buy larger/bulk size quantities as well. … more

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