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    In addition to accessories for the bit, you can also benefit from protection for the horse's mouth. For this, the Effel Mouth Butter is a good option. You can apply the mouth butter to the corners of the horse's mouth, providing a thin protective layer and keeping the horse's mouth corners supple. The mouth butter can be used regularly in the mouth corners for soothing purposes. Additionally, you can apply the mouth butter to the bit, giving it an extra delicious flavor and potentially promoting acceptance of the bit.

    When you want to attach a stallion bit or convert a snaffle bridle into a combination bridle, you need to use separate headpiece and cheekpieces. These go over the horse's head and provide an additional attachment point for a bit.

    A bit bandage is a self-adhesive latex bit wrap that is fully self-adhesive and flexible. This is used up to a professional level. It is an easy way to make the mouthpiece of a bit softer. This can be a solution for horses that have difficulty accepting a metal bit. Additionally, it prevents the bit from causing friction and pain. You attach the bandage by wrapping the beginning of the roll around the mouthpiece. The thicker you apply the bandage, the softer the mouthpiece becomes. In principle, a thin layer is sufficient to provide relief. It is important to apply the bandages tightly and without bubbles or folds, otherwise, the effect may be counterproductive.

    Also, explore all other accessories, such as a bit guard, double clip for bit attachment, or hackamore protection leather.


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