Alvin Farrier Supply

Durasole Sole Hardener 4 oz

Item# 77511D
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Powerful formula used to build up & harden the sole and frog. Also great for preventing and treating thrush or other fungal infections.

Product Details:

  • Creates a tough, natural pad when applied consistently
  • Works by swelling and thickening the cell membranes of the sole
  • Aldehyde-based dressing
  • Can be used for extended periods of time on chronically thin-soled horses without fear of drying out the foot
  • Prevents and treats bacterial infections
  • Prevents and treats fungal infections
  • Ideal when transitioning horses to barefoot
  • Helps control thrush and white line disease
  • Does not contain copper napthenate or any essential oils

Apply to clean & dry sole and frog and spread with small brush. Repeat twice daily for 1 to 2 weeks until the sole is hard enough and repeat once or twice a week for maintenance.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 12 reviews)

August 31, 2020
"Great to get rid of thrush, it really works!"
Lennon, MI
May 19, 2020
"This stuff is amazing! It keeps my boys feet free from thrush and other things and their hooves are hard. We do not have any issues with abcesses using this amazing product. "
Elk Creek
June 30, 2019
"It takes a long tome to see if a hoof product is helping, but my farrier says my horse's soles are better since I've been using Durasole. I plan to continue to use it. "
June 08, 2019
"This stuff really works on thrush and white line. Helps to harden the foot as well."
Elk Creek, MO
May 29, 2019
"I can't say for sure if this really works because sometimes just time improves a horse's hooves, but I have seen improvement since I started using this about a month ago. I have a Thoroughbred who came to me with very soft soles and hoof walls and he was not able to keep shoes on and he was sore walking on anything except deep grass. He has improved a lot and seems fine on regular ground in the pasture. (still needs boots for riding)."