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NRG NO-NOTS: Show off your tail to the max!

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NRG No-Nots is the recognised hair detangler and conditioner widely used by so many horse people throughout Australia.

Grooming is so easy and effective with No-Nots. No longer battle with tangles and end up with a handful of hair. Being water based, No Nots does not leave an oily finish on hair and is very safe to use, with no harmful chemicals used in formulation.

Spray No-Nots into manes and tails, ensuring all parts are covered. Then lightly brush and comb. If possible, leave for some minutes before grooming as No Nots works even better as the hair has time to absorb the spray.  Also spray onto the coat for an eye-catching shine!

Regular grooming with No-Nots will help keep hair soft and manageable. You will also notice mud and grime are easy to remove after a spray of No-Nots.  So no more brushing out handfuls of tail hair, so your horse‚Äôs tail will grow thick and beautiful!

Proven by performance, No-Nots will take the chore out of grooming, but best of all it saves you time and you get a gleaming horse that everyone will notice!

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