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Old 12-30-2012, 06:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Which shampoo for corded coat?

I'm seriously thinking about cording my Loki. Not now, in winter (I want conti pattern), but we can start on spring maybe. But I'm not sure which shampoo use for cordet coat? I know, that I haven't use any conditioner. We are using All System and Chris Christensen cosmetic - maybe something of their products?
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I have have used several different shampoos on Foxxy .... the one I like now is Why Bitch!
But I have used white on white from Chris.
I love the corded conti
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I would think you would want to go with something low-sudsing... so it is easier to rinse out.
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I always used a herbal lo sud shampoo, no conditioner, on Harley when he was corded..... something that you can dilute well too, nothing too harsh. I'd deifnately take a look at SnorPuddels' suggestions though, she has the most experience and has kept magnificent cords on Foxxy for so long !
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