It was once said that the Budweiser Clydesdale feathers were cleaned with Kirk’s Castile Soap! Your horse will be a clean and happy and always ask for Kirk’s too!
1 bar of Kirk's Coco Castile Soap (Original or Fragrance Free)
Sponge or Cloth Rag
An accumulation of dirt and excretions called smegma builds up in the area, and must be removed
Baby oil the sheath area one or two days prior to cleaning the sheath area
Latex gloves may be worn or bare hands cleaned with Kirk’s Castile Soap.
In the winter months, prepare two buckets of warm water - one for cleaning and one for rinsing. In summer months, one may use a hose for the rinsing step.
Place Kirk’s Coco Castile soap in the bucket of warm water.
With soap in hand, insert the bar soap in the sheath and penis area of horse.
Remove hand with soap and watch as smegma, black shavings, dirt and excess are extracted from the horses insides.
Gently reach into the pouch at the end of the penis with your finger.
If it is clean, you will feel only very soft tissue.
If there are firm, bean-like lumps, they need to come out.
If larger deposits are encountered, they also must come out.
Remove the waste gently by working it loose between your finger and your thumb.
Repeat until no visible dirt remains.
In winter months, using warm water rinse bucket, take clean sponge insert into the sheath and flood it with water to remove excesses and rinse area thoroughly.
In summer months, when you are finished, carefully insert the end of the garden hose up into the sheath and flood it with water.
Ensure all soap is washed away and rinse off the outside of the penis and around the sheath.
It was once said that the Budweiser Clydesdale feathers were treated and cleaned with Kirk's Castile Soap! Your horse will be a clean and happy and always ask for Kirk's too!