Stall Safe Spray
Go-To Stall Cleaner
While I don't use this product every time I go to a show, there are certain show grounds that I do. I've never had a horse contract anything, and I've been very satisfied with the number of stalls I can clean with one bottle. I also like using it whenever a horse leaves my barn; I strip the stalls and give it a nice shower so there isn't anything left behind to grow during the time the stall is empty. Also great for sanitizing a foaling stall to prevent anything from affecting them so young.
May 2, 2013
This is a great product for sanitizing stalls, trailers, wash racks, etc. It has a nice scent and kills urine odors immediately. Highly recommend!
September 24, 2012
My mare had colic surgery and had to be stalled for several weeks. the product kept the stall odor free and disinfected. It has no strong smell like clorax. The auto spray container is great!
February 28, 2012
Reads like a good product
When I read about this product, I thought it sounded like something good to have when traveling to a show. I still think that, however the actual use of the product is time consuming. Unless I am missing something, this product requires some drying time, which is quite longer than it takes me to set up a stall. I kept the product because you never know when you need to disinfect a stall at home, so I would recommend it for that.
February 27, 2012
I love Stall Safe Spray - I use it regularly on water buckets and feed dishes, and also on stall walls after having a sick horse. Fresh smell, rinses clean. I always keep it on hand.
January 18, 2012
I have been using the "Stall Safe" concentrate in my stalls this entire year. It is excellent for controlling odor, giving you the peace of mind that you are killing off potential viruses and bacteria especially if your horse travels around a lot, and even for keeping the dust down when it is dry. I went looking for a product like this because I had to send my broodmare off to a different barn at the beginning of the year to wean our last foal. The farm was empty for the winter because the owners go south for the winter and said it would be alright to keep my mare and one other horse if I needed it. The farm happened to be within walking distance to our semi-private equestrian center so I brought my 4 yo along so I wouldn't have to trailer him in to use the indoor for the winter. With in 2 weeks my 4 yo started to cough. This put the kabosh on our training and when I brought him home, the other 3 youngsters got the cough one by one:( Long story short, everyone is okay now after a long bought of antibiotics and to ensure that my barn would not retain whatever this horrible virus was, I purchased "Stall Safe" and used it daily in all the stalls and even the trailer. The product worked really well in the weanling's stall also considering he was a colt and we did not castrate him until he was 8 mo. On top of that, hay in our are was extremely hard to come by and we ended up with almost straight alfalfa which is good for the gut but causes really high levels of ammonia in the urine. I feel "Stall Safe" helped my horses recover from their cough quicker because they did not have to breath in any dust, or ammonia smell from their urine, and because of the anti-bacterial and anti-viral effectiveness of the product. Because I found it to be useful for dry days that caused our stalls to get a bit dusty, I kept purchasing it but, I have to admit, I also purchased the much larger 2 1/2 gallon sprayer. The motorized sprayer that came with this purchase works okay, but it would take forever to do just one stall so maybe I will store it in the trailer for use in there. I purchased the sprayer set because of the sale it was on ($12.??) and it came with 10 oz of the product! When I purchase the 2 oz for $19.99 I have to admit, I probably will just start using water for dusty stalls and store a bottle for the next horse show, clinic, etc to be on the safe side. I would continue to use it if it were a little more reasonably priced and I would recommend it to anyone but purchasing the hand-pump 2 1/2 gallon sprayer is a must.
November 18, 2010