Alvin Farrier Supply

Durasole Sole Hardener 4 oz

Item# 77511D
5.05
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Iodine based 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:
5.05

(based on 6 reviews)

By
February 21, 2019
5.05
"This was recommended by my farrier and it is greatly helping with my donkey’s White line."
By
January 18, 2019
5.05
"The most easy to apply sole hardener available. I have used for years on my tender soled gelding. Mainly used before pulling shoes for the winter and when the ground freezes for when I ride. Great product!!!"
By
Randleman, NC
September 26, 2018
5.05
"Works great, easy to apply with direct application So it does not get all over you or the horse. "
By
June 04, 2018
5.05
"I run my Barrel Horse barefoot and love this product since I have been using Durasole he is no longer tender footed."
By
Archdale, NC
May 24, 2018
5.05
"My mare has good feet but every time I try to go barefoot she is miserable and lame. Put this on and the very next afternoon she was galloping across the pasture. I still ride her in boots but she is much more comfortable thanks to Durasole. "