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Old 02-21-2013, 12:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Mix 4 on. Hydrogen Peroxide with 3 tbs. boric acid

Cut off stained hair. Apply solution (finger is fine).
Twice a day at first, then once a day, then 2-3 times/week or as needed.

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Old 02-21-2013, 02:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Just wondering, medicinal or hair peroxide??
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I heard it needs to be hair type. Never saw the receipe with boric acid. Is it dangerous so close to her eyes. I'd love to hear more. Thx
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Im also affraid to put this kine of stuff on Lilis Eyes. Bud maby i should try it once. Untill now i did always use some natural products and cut the eyes free regularry. If there is something witch really work and isnt dangerous, it would be nice 😊Tear stains: The Final Solution-imageuploadedbypg-free1361449826.631401.jpg


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i've tried every thing , these days i just clean with eye wash and cut of the stains
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I spoke with my Vet regarding the Boric Acid and he said that he did not recommend it since it dried the area too much. However, others have tried it and were successful. I use an eye wipe for Chrissy that has Boric Acid in it and it really has not done much to improve the tear staining. I think that I might just try a bottle distilled water and see if that makes any difference. This is so frustrating but hopefully it will clear up someday.
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I do the same thing!! I am to scared to put stuff like that on my dogs face.
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I wouldnt put anything on Lilis face right now considering she is pregnant.
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Yea I would not put those type of chemicals on their faces, but that's just me.
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I wash Bella's face one a day with Bio Groom and Spa Lavish every other day. It has helped tremendously. I also have been using one or two drops of eye wash in her eyes once per day and then a little swipe of True Bio contact lense solution directly on the stain (not in the eye) in the morning and her stains are almost gone. I think the key, at least for me, has been being totally diligent in a good face washing every day without fail.
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