Crystal Eye Tear Stain Remover
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Jan W.
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Tear Stains

posted 6 years ago

I used this when I first got my malt. His little face was stained. I would baithe him and used clear eye. It did nothing to remove the stains. After doing some research I found that giving water in a stainless steel bowl helped, also giving puified water. I also did a Ph test on his tears and found his tears to be too acidic. so I added a pinch of baking soda to his water to change the Ph balance. Now his little face is white. No more tear stains.

Pros: none

Cons: dosent work well

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