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Old 05-24-2007, 10:17 PM   #11 (permalink)
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According to the Bhe Jei website, it is 20:40. There is also a solution listed right below using the medicinal peroxide and Crown Royal Magic Touch.

http://www.bhejei.com/groom-stains.htm
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Old 05-24-2007, 10:37 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Milk of Magnesia, corn starch and peroxide (20 volume to 40 volume) -- make a good paste of this and put o the stained area and let dry overnight. Wash out, CONDITION WELL. Keep doing this for several days until tear staining is gone, although I would recommend skipping a day or two between applications if possible.

Did you try that?Is that good?Is that danger?Have you seen results with this cure?[/B]
I am no expert for sure, but does your maltese drink filtered water instead of tap water? If not I would change her drinking water to filtered and see if that helps first. JMO
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Old 05-24-2007, 10:37 PM   #13 (permalink)
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According to the Bhe Jei website, it is 20:40. There is also a solution listed right below using the medicinal peroxide and Crown Royal Magic Touch.

http://www.bhejei.com/groom-stains.htm[/B]


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I'm too scared to use anything stronger than 3%, but concerning the conditioner do you just apply and rinse off or do you leave it in for awhile first?
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You can do it either way. The matrix type leave in conditioner is good for this.



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i don't know...I've seen what 20 and 40 volume peroxide can do to human hair and skin and there is NO way in a million years that I would ever put that on Luci's face, SPECIALLY near her eyes! JMHO.
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I used this MOM method after I had Bella Mia and Sir Micro on Angel Eyes for two weeks. It cleaned the stains nicely and the Angel Eyes took care of the issue at least with Bella Mia VERY WELL!

You just have to make sure you wash out the MOM fully and then, condition, condition, CONDITION. Bella Mia went from looking so-so to just stunning in what felt like overnight.

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Old 05-26-2007, 05:07 PM   #18 (permalink)
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i don't know...I've seen what 20 and 40 volume peroxide can do to human hair and skin and there is NO way in a million years that I would ever put that on Luci's face, SPECIALLY near her eyes! JMHO. [/B]
You are a hairdresser so you should know! The other day when I had 20 vol on MY head when my hair was being colored it didn't feel really great. I'd never use it on Ollie. That's just me, I guess. I mean, if you all used it on any other body part other than the face I wouldn't be so scared, but right on the face, especially so near to the eyes, scares me. I think it's ok for the people who have been doing it for years and have lots of experience handling dogs, but the original poster sounded more like a newbie and didn't know any better--no insult to newbies, I am one myself!
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Old 05-27-2007, 03:00 AM   #19 (permalink)
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Thanks all.
I know it isn't cure but I don't know how to tell it in English.
You maybe can't see on photo but Maza have little stains under mouth,that is bad vhen hair is wet.
Is hydrogen peroxide 3% and Milk of magnesia danger to dog lick it?
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Just my personal opinion, I could never do it - I would be too scared!! Plus, mine aren't for show, so I'm happy with them just the way they are

Have you tried cleaning her mouth after each meal? Perhaps if you wash with a whitening shampoo after each meal it may help to reduce the staining?
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