|09-03-2013 11:19 AM|
Fast Orange hand soap - my husband keeps some in the laundry room when he gets grease on his hands.
We put epoxy down and Rusty ran through it when it was wet My fault for not watching him.
I was in a panic. My husband grabbed the fast orange and we started working it into his paws, slowly it started to come out. The rest of the clumps we cut out.
|09-03-2013 09:23 AM|
|katro||Hmmm, maybe I didn't leave the olive oil on long enough... I'll try it again and put some old socks on his feet and let it sink in for a while then wash it off. If that doesn't work I'll go for the WD-40. I just wasn't sure if the WD-40 was safe or not. Thanks!|
|09-03-2013 04:14 AM|
|Freestep||Usually vegetable oil will get it out, but it sounds like you're not having much luck with that. WD-40 is actually a fairly safe product, the lubricant is fish oil. If you do end up using it, shampoo it out afterward.|
|09-03-2013 12:23 AM|
|blehmannwa||I've used oil--just wesson oil. I'm surprised that the olive oil didn't work.|
|09-02-2013 11:10 PM|
Getting Tar out of fur?
Took Ralphie for a nice walk at a forest preserve, but they were re-surfacing the path (blacktop path) with oil and tar. They did it within the past couple of days and as soon as I realized that what looked like mud (it rained last night) wasn't actually mud, we walked on the grass on the side of the path, but he still has tar stuck on the fur between the pads of his feet and some splatters on his belly. I have tried with no success: Dawn dish soap, olive oil, and coconut oil. Some Google searches said to use WD-40, but I don't feel comfortable putting that on my dog ! I'm going to call the vet in the morning and check with them, but I figured I'd try in here, too, for suggestions. Thanks in advance!