Yep, it works!
Used this on some of my horse's blankets to discourage his pasture-mates from chewing and ripping them (after going through 2 blankets in under a month!). No more ruined blankets! No signs of abuse at all, and I can understand why-- follow the directions on the bottle and be sure to wash your hands after applying/handling the blanket. It's STRONG stuff-- made me cough applying it even in a well-ventilated area. Seemed to have done the trick, though, and a little goes a long way.
February 19, 2013
Fire in a Bottle
Love this product. It is the only thing I'll use for my wraps, because it's the only thing that my very energetic TB respected while on 8 weeks of stall rest for a large splint injury.
Caution - if you spray it on, don't spray when it is windy out unless you wear gloves! You will regret it for the next 30 minutes!
October 8, 2012
This product has a bitter taste and is great to spray on sheets/blankets so other horses don't chew on them while they are in the pasture.
Be careful you don't get any near your mouth, you will taste it for a long time.
May 16, 2011
Rap Last on the tails is the only thing I have found to keep the yearlings from chewing on each others tails. Also works good on board to stop chewing.
April 7, 2011
Useful but not strong enough
I bought Raplast because my pony has has two blankets (an Amigo and a Rhino) destroyed by his pasture buddies. I sprayed Raplast very generously all over his new Rhino, and have resprayed it once a week. I probably need to spray it more often as there are already a few small tears on the rump of the blanket--but it has lasted 3 weeks, hurray!
January 28, 2011
chew on this!
This is the ONLY thing I have found that discourages board brats from eating my barn & fences! It is an aweful substance to handle (do not try to use it if there is any wind & always wash up afterward), but it works!
May 25, 2010