Though dogs with white fur look angelic, beautiful and cuddly, when they get dirty, not only do they loose their saintly look, they end up looking like something the cat dragged in. Fortunately for those who own white dogs, whitening shampoo for dogs exists. It removes the grime from white dog fur and whitens it, leaving dogs clean and spotless.
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Things you need
- 56.7gr. glycerine
- 650ml. liquid dish detergent
- 2-cups white vinegar
- Empty gallon jug
- Empty shampoo bottle
- Cornstarch (optional)
Pour 650ml. dish detergent, 2-cups white vinegar and 59.1ml. glycerine into a 1-gallon jug.
Add enough water to the dish detergent mixture to fill the jug.
Shake the jug to mix the ingredients.
Pour some of the liquid from the jug into an empty shampoo bottle.
Put the lid on the shampoo bottle and store it in a cool place.
Use this homemade shampoo to bathe your dog.
Dry your dog and shake the cornstarch on the dog's coat. Work the cornstarch into the coat using your hands and then brush it out. This works better than bluing to whiten a dog's coat, according to Lowchen's Australia.
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