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  • neanea
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    Originally posted by keyray View Post
    I absolutely LOVE these products. I use stand Up and 2 Build exclusively on curly coated dogs. I also finish with 4 Style finishing spray. It smells incredibly good too.
    I have to agree with Keyray and Poodleboy on this one!

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  • keyray
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    Originally posted by Poodleboy60 View Post
    I love the results we've been getting with the Isle of Dog Salon Elements products. Use the Stand Up shampoo with the 2 build conditioner.
    I absolutely LOVE these products. I use stand Up and 2 Build exclusively on curly coated dogs. I also finish with 4 Style finishing spray. It smells incredibly good too.

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  • sheilabgroomer
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    Originally posted by Poodle Mom View Post
    My one and only except for the ocassional Le Pooch. WHY BITCH BY B3 Salon! The best forget the rest!
    Me too!!!!!

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  • Poodle Mom
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    My one and only except for the ocassional Le Pooch. WHY BITCH BY B3 Salon! The best forget the rest!

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  • PAWS
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    I like Almond Crisp by Nature's Specialties.

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  • Debbiedogs
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    My favorites

    BioGroom Super White - does not soften, low sudsing, easy rinsing, AND is tearless!! I do not use it at the 4:1 dilution, I use 5 or 6 to 1 unless the dog is quite oily or dirty. I just still love this shampoo. Has a light fragrance that for some reason is stronger on some dogs than others, but is very pleasant. This is still my "all around" shampoo most of the time for any color of dog. (Although I am a bit of a shampoo junkie, so I have a lot to choose from!)

    Isle of Dog Stand - fantastic crisping shampoo that smells lovely (stronger smell than the BG Super White). I use a stronger dilution than what is recommended. This shampoo may have a quickdry product in it, because it does seem to dry faster. It is not tearless, but it is very impressive.

    Alpha White - I use it, it seems to brighten reasonably well, does not soften, I don't like the fragrance much but at least it is not very strong, and it is not tearless.

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  • tmenne
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    I like coat handler 15:1 clarifying shampoo and then I add two squirts of show season speed dry. For whitening shampoo I like the midnight white groomer’s edge. The only reason I like it is that I love the scent.

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  • Poodleboy60
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    I love the results we've been getting with the Isle of Dog Salon Elements products. Use the Stand Up shampoo with the 2 build conditioner.

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  • Groomerchick
    started a topic Shampoo for curly coats

    Shampoo for curly coats

    I'm looking for a good shampoo for those curly coated poodles and bichons. Which do you all prefer? I like the Alpha white and Midnight white shampoos too. Do you have a prefernce when using a whitener and another shampoo for these guys? Heck, for that matter, do you have a preference for whitening other than these two? I'm looking roughly $30-40/gallon.
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