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Originally posted by Maltese [email protected] 19 2005, 11:08 AM
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OK, I will admit it doesn't take much to confuse meI have P.E.T. Silk Back To Nature Bright White Silk Rinse. It is purplish (sp?) in color and is so very concentrated I have trouble getting it on evenly and rinsed but Belle does look and smell fabulous after her bath. On the back of the bottle is a website that is: www.petsilk.com; is this the same as what all of you are talking about??? It is the bright white rinse. For shampoo I am using Pure White Lightening Shampoo #1 All Systems. I don't know at this point, but I thought I bought them both at the same website but now I'm thinking after your posts NOT! Is this conditioner in the same family as what you are all talking about? And does anyone use the Pure White Lightening Shampoo from #1 All Systems? I've got so much to learn with my first Maltese Furbaby. Thanks for any feedback!Jackie & Belle
If I remember right, the mjm petsilk site does carry #1 all systems stuff. Well, I know they do, because my whitening gel stuff is by them and I know they carry the #1 brushes too. You are right. You probably got it all at the same place.
Thank you Tlunn. My PET Silk Back To Nature Bright White Silk Rinse is so very thick and difficult to put on Belle and get it well into her coat without being in little clumps so I'm wondering if there is a different PET Silk Conditioner that is a little bit easier, possibly thinner. The one I have comes out in thick clumps and I've tried diluting (sp?) it with water but it still tends to stay in smaller little clumps. Thanks in advance. ~ Jackie & Belle
From what I have read, you are supposed to dilute the shampoos and conditioner with water. Since my order got lost, I don't know for sure. But they do sell squeeze bottles for mixing in at Petsilk and it has a long pointed tip to get into the fur real well. That's how they described it. I ordered two of them. Check the bottles for directions on mixing.