Directions: SHAKE WELL Remove protective cap and apply Chew Stop generously to all wood surfaces within reach of your horse. Spray from a distance of 4 to 6 inches. Remove animals from stalls during application. Chew Stop may be applied to the bark of mature trees. It will not stain or discolor painted surfaces. Repeat application to problem areas as necessary until your horse forgets his habit. When applying Chew Stop to blankets or bandages, do not apply to surfaces that may come in contact with the horse's skin. Chew Stop, when in contact with the skin, may cause blistering under certain conditions.
Coverage: One 12.5 oz. can will cover approximately 35 square feet of unpainted surface and 53 square feet of painted surface.
By aj on 01/29/2014
Good stuff! It worked!
By Gilliam Quarter Horses on 07/27/2012
I used this spray in a horse's stall and indoor arena. Yes, it stopped her from chewing the wood but the smell is almost too much to take. Use only in well-ventilated areas and obviously, remove all animals and wear a mask. Spray it, then run outside for fresh air. Smells like a combination between nail polish remover and cinnamon.