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Old 02-27-2011, 09:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I need something that will remove urine staining from a white coat. It isn't a poodle but I figured poodle people, especially ones showing or grooming, know how to keep a white dog white. I have these two folks over from scotland right now to judge a supported entry at out local shows next week (which sucks b/c I cannot show wonder - bummer). They have a sammy and he's gotten yellow and they can't get it out. Apparently they don't have anything in the UK that works??? I dunno. But they seem to think that we American's will have the cure and frankly I don't know what to tell them. I've never had a problem with staining like that. Tear stains is the only issues I've dealt with and a bit of peroxide on a q-tip will fix that on my guys. Then you just keep it clean or put a barrier cream down to keep it from restaining.

Any ideas?? They are going to be here almost a month so plenty of time to order something if I need to. Or, even better, they could pick it up at the show this week? I thought about CC white on white right off the bat but I don't know that it will remove a stain, just brighten. To be honest I've never put much stock in whitening shampoos and hardly ever use them since I never notice much if any difference. *shrugs*
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you might try the EZ Groom Crystal White. It's an enzymatic CLEANER and you warm it in the micro. I'd suggest using it FULL strength, lather it once and let it marinate for about 5 minutes, then lather it again and set for 5 more minutes. It won't completely remove it the first time, but it will greatly reduce the staining. After a couple of times, you should see great improvement. Just remember to condition well after each shampoo to smooth the cuticle back down and lessen the chance of further staining.
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I would also suggest the Crystal White by EZ Groom. Everyone knows how dirty Sagan gets...I always keep a bottle on hand and use it on him. Works great!

You do have to condition really well after. I use the Cure Care conditioner from Sallys Beauty Supply, doesn't add drying time and makes his coat feel fantastic.
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EZ groom uh, excuse me but F@#$ !!! LoL. I just passed up a sale on crystal white and bought the orange crush instead. @#$% ! Hopefully one of the vendors at the show next week will have it and I can point it out to them. Maybe I try it a bit for jazz and see if it will brighten some of the staining she seems to get from time to time. I don't worry about her much though b/c well, she ISN'T white so obviously nothing I can use will change that.

How do you warm it ? Are you putting in a mixing bottle and warming that or are you heating the whole bottle?


While we are on the subject of ez groom, are there any other products in their line you suggest? I wasn't super impressed with the orange crush stuff, but maybe it's just me. It smelled nice during the bath but I don't see that it performed any better than anything else I've used and it certainly didn't smell nice after I rinsed. I also got a bottle of the blow dry conditioner which I am not sure about. I didn't notice any big difference, it seemed to actually take longer to dry her but maybe it was because I was really in a hurry and my sense of time was off.
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There are a few things you can do. You can boil water and then put the really hot water in a mixing bottle and then put the crystal white in and mix it up. Let it cool enough to still be warm but not burn or hurt the dog.

Or you can use just regular bath-hot water, saturate the dogs coat in hot water, use the shampoo straight all over or on the heavy stains and then wrap the stained coat in pieces of foil (the same way a stylist would do your hair for highlights) and then take a human hair dryer on the warm setting and heat up the foil.

Or you can do both! I've done both of these on Sagan and had fantastic results. I need to do it again since his feet are stained a bit.
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I have had great success with EZ groom too. I mix it then micro that and use it. It does more with each use. Don't use it full strength before the show. They get a funny luminescent glowing look. I won't last but if you show the next day it will be obvious. But works good full strength to remove stains. Thanks Aidan for the foil tip. I may need that someday. Conditioning is super important like Cameo said.
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Alrighty then, Ez groom it is Thanks. I'll see if I can order it for them. The stuff I picked up at the show was wicked expensive, it was on sale and still had about a 100% mark up :/ I won't be buying from that vendor in the future when I can order it. It's worth it to pay the shipping. Where do you guys get it from? I found it a couple of places online but of course I'm always looking for a deal. :P
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Wonder, if you can make it up to Atlanta this weekend, EZ Groom will be at APF and they always have GREAT deals! Plus, you get to meet a bunch of groomers and watch the competitions!!! OH, did I forget to mention the SHOPPING YAHOOO!
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Wonder, if you can make it up to Atlanta this weekend, EZ Groom will be at APF and they always have GREAT deals! Plus, you get to meet a bunch of groomers and watch the competitions!!! OH, did I forget to mention the SHOPPING YAHOOO!
Yeah I know, I can't go b/c there is a dog show this weekend :( I got a coupon from EZ groom in the mail for a free colonge and a flyer about a special 59.99 they had going on where you get samples of 6 of their shampoos. I tried to get my friend who is going to get them but she's not interested. Just kept saying she was hooked on some Kelco shampoo at the moment. Haha, I;m ALWAYS trying to find and try new products. I totally got robbed by the dog show vendor lol. I got three things, two of which were EZ groom products and were buy 1 get 1 half off and I still spent 62 bucks... Sheesh. I hate it that APF conflicts with the shows :( That really sucks, I wish it was NEXT weekend instead of this one. Oh well.
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WELLL POOO! Maybe your friend could pick up some FOR YOU?
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