I have a horse that chews wood in his paddock attached to his stall. I have tried all sorts of sprays and read that people have luck with Irish Spring soap. I wanted to know if it’s nontoxic or not! I keep finding conflicting information online and thought someone here might be helpful!
I don’t think you want to chow down on a bar bit I doubt that the amount on a fence is toxic.
Weird…… I found a bar of Irish Spring soap in the middle of the farm on a walk path just last week. We have one horse who’s made a project of tunneling thru her wall. In addtion to the cinnamaldehyde paint on product, we are deploying some Irish Spring rub on the wall.
I don’t know Irish Spring Soap (I’ve never seen it here in Italy but I googled it, it looks nice! I’ll try to find it) but Marseille Soap works fine and horses didn’t have any problem with it, only bad faces at the first taste lol
Cinnamaldehye soak + Irish spring on top works nicely
I’m trying spray on deodorant . I read on one forum that it works well and so easy to apply_except if windy!!
Interesting! That sounds way easier than what I’ve been doing with the soap is there a specific brand that you use?
Also, does anyone know how often to reapply the soap??
Currently using the cheapest I could find-Axe!!
Irish Spring soap used to be so fragrant that if you showered with it, people would know immediately!
I find the current version of the some to not be so smelly, but it has seemed to work a little for me. No-Chew or Stop Chew didn’t have an effect. I just put on RapLast and we’ll see how that works.
Unfortunately I cannot find anyone selling the RapLast with the brush top, which is easier to apply than the spray…