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Buster's Waterless Shampoo is a waterless shampoo for pets such as dogs, cats, and other furry friends like guinea pigs and rabbits. All you'll need to do is spray on this shampoo and wipe it off your pet with a wet cloth—no full bath required! Its formula is plant-based, all-natural and non-toxic. As for the scent, you'll be able to choose between oatmeal mango and fresh citrus. Each spray bottle is about the same size as a standard bottle of human shampoo.
The cost of Buster's Waterless Shampoo is $14.99 plus $4.99 shipping, for a total price of $19.98.
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To get started with your pet's waterless shampoo, spray the area of your pet's fur that you want to wash first. Even though the shampoo is non-toxic, be sure to keep the spray bottle away from your pet's eye area, and hold the bottle close to their fur as you spray. Although the shampoo likely wouldn't harm your pet in any way, if they were to get some on their face, they probably wouldn't be amused by this.
After letting the shampoo settle into your pet's fur for a few seconds, start wiping it off with a cloth that you've dampened. Alternatively, you could dampen an oven mitt, put it on one hand, and use that to do the wiping. Being wiped like this will likely feel soothing, as opposed to distressing, for your pet.
As your pet's fur is drying, after it's been wiped, you'll have the option of brushing their newly clean fur in order to make it look as nice as possible. Since Buster's Waterless Shampoo contains no harsh chemicals, you can use any brush to complete this task without worrying about it becoming covered in toxic chemical residue.
This waterless shampoo comes in a spray bottle, which means you won't have to be concerned with pouring it out into your hand (and potentially spilling it) before applying it to your pet. Since each bottle is about the same size as a shampoo bottle that a human would use, one bottle may last you for months if you use just a few squirts or less per day.
When obtaining a bottle of Buster's Waterless Shampoo, you'll be able to get it in the oatmeal mango scent or the fresh citrus scent. If you're not sure which one your pet will prefer, you may want to try both. Some cats don't like strong citrus smells, though, so if you've just got cats, you might want to go with the oatmeal mango option. Mango is a citrus fruit, as many people know, but when paired with the oatmeal, a mango scent may not smell as strong as it otherwise would.
The all-natural plant-based formula that makes up this shampoo is non-toxic, so if your pet accidentally ingests the shampoo, they likely won't suffer serious harm. It's unlikely to irritate the skin of a human or pet, either, due to the lack of harsh chemicals included within the formula. If you want to apply this shampoo to your pet's coat without any sort of protective gloves, that's perfectly safe, although you may want to use one oven mitt as your wiping cloth.
Some grooming solutions and supplies are created for only one kind of animal (such as cats or dogs), but this shampoo is suitable for virtually any pet with a furry coat. If you're ever unsure about whether you should be using shampoo on a particular creature, you can always ask your veterinarian. Those households with multiple pets of different types will probably be delighted to find out that just one bottle of shampoo can be used to clean every four-legged family member's coat.
If you use this waterless shampoo on your pet's coat on a daily or weekly basis, your pet won't bring as much dirt into your home as they would if they weren't regularly shampooed. Consequently, your home will be cleaner—especially your furniture—and there will be less pet dander that can cause allergic reactions scattered about. In a clean, allergen-free home, it's probable that humans and pets alike will be happier than they would be in a somewhat dirty one.
With few exceptions, furry four-legged pets are notorious for hating baths, and getting them into a tub can be quite a struggle. Plus, if you don't want to bathe them in your own bathroom's tub, you'll have to set up an alternative tub outdoors, which can be difficult for some during the winter season. Fortunately, once you have a bottle of Buster's Waterless Shampoo, you won't have to coerce your pet into the tub or give up and let them stay dirty any longer. If you're stealthy while applying the shampoo, your pet may not even realize they're being washed.
Even if your pet's not visibly dirty, this shampoo works as a deodorizer, too. If a particular area of their fur happens to smell, such as the fur on their paws, you can always give that area a quick spray and wipe without shampooing the rest of their body. Once you've done so, you'll no longer be tempted to hold your nose while spending time with your four-legged friend.
Human beings may like the smell of Buster's Waterless Shampoo, but you must keep in mind that it's been designed to suit the texture of a pet's fur and not a human's head of hair. If you were to attempt to use it on human hair, its ingredients could negatively interfere with the texture (and perhaps the color, if you use hair dye) of your hair. For that reason, you should stick to using a style of shampoo that's made for humans and let your pet(s) use all of theirs.
If you normally take your pet to the groomer's to get brushed and bathed, you may be able to do that job on your own at home once you get a bottle of this shampoo. As a result, you'll be able to use the cash you would've doled out for groomer's appointments and the gas to travel there to get some fun new toys for your pet instead.
It's acceptable to let a child use Buster's Waterless Shampoo to clean one of your household's pets, but you must supervise the child as they do so. If you don't, they might go overboard and spray your pet too many times, or deliver one or more sprays too close to the pet's mouth and eyes. After any child is done using a bottle of this shampoo, put it somewhere out of their reach until you need to use it again, so they can't access it unsupervised.
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