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It seems like it may be an insect repellent, but I can't be sure.
Fantastic roll on insect repellent. Used on faces, ears, legs, midline on belly. Smells good, very easy to use, lasts until horse begins to sweat heavily.
"War Paint" is an insect repellent in a roll on form. Used on the ears, face, midline of the belly. Usually fairly effective. Smells pleasant, very easy to apply.
"War Paint" is a brand of insect repellent that comes in what deodorant tube. It is a pasty type that is used around the eyes, ears and mouth of horses.
War Paint is a roll on fly repellent. Used primarily on the face and ears, and along the midline or under the belly. Easy to apply. Works well to keep biting flies off the face. Most horses react well to it.
War paint is indeed a paste like insect repellent for horses. It is meant to be used around their eyes, nose, ears and other sensitive places. The texture is a runny kind of paste and can be sticky.
War Paint is a very helpful thick goop that is used to keep flies away from the face of a horse; apply it around their eyes, nose, and any open sores.
Yes, it is meant to keep the flies off their faces. Put it around their eyes and around any sores.
War Paint is a roll on fly and insect repellent. It is a smooth clear formula, and seems to work well around faces, eyes, and ears.
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