“My review of your product:
Stall management is important when you own horses and they spend any amount of time stalled. Mucking out the stall at least once a day in necessary, sometimes more is needed, depending on how long your horse is confined.
A product I have recently run across and have had great success with to control the odor problem in my stalls can be found at www.urineoff.com. When I heard about it initially, I was skeptical, for as any horse owner will tell you, horse urine is quite powerful and especially so if you own a stud. Which I do not, but I wanted to give this product a try.
All it entails is to muck your stalls out and expose the area where your horse urinates. One of my horses, Racer, always urinates in the same spot, so his stall was easy. I found the bare dirt, and poured 1/2 cup of urine Off on the spot.
I did the same in the other stall in six different areas, because Traveler is a sloppy horse when it comes to this bodily function. I immediately noticed after pouring out the solution a pleasant chemical smell taking over the stalls. I wondered if this was just a matter of one chemical overpowering another, which is why I decided to let the solution set for 9 hours before returning. I left it alone all day blocking the horses out of their stall. Before I bed the horses for the night, I covered the spot with fresh bedding. Upon my return to the stalls, I noticed an absence of urine smell and what was left behind was a pleasant odor. I put the horses in their stalls and closed them up for the night. In the morning I returned, and let them out. I mucked out their stall, pitching their manure out the escape hatch into the garden, and I couldn’t help but notice that I did not smell horse urine at all.
Three days later, I am happy to report, still no noticeable smell of urine and only on the fourth day did I have to treat the stall floor again.
Two galloping thumbs up from this horse owner! Bye-bye, Stall Dry! Hello, Urine Off!”