I have a show the first weekend of March, and I am sure that I won't have access to the wash rack by then (used to store hay in the winter), or that it will even be warm enough to do a full body bath anyway. I looked up hot toweling, and purchased an electric kettle off of Amazon to have hot water at the barn. I also bought a waterless whitening shampoo for her really white areas. My question is, should I attack her with the waterless shampoo first and then hot towel her, or hot towel, then attack her with the waterless shampoo. I also read about a couple of people who added either oils or something like Healthy Hair Care to the water. I have and love Healthy Hair Care, but is that going to be overkill with the waterless shampoo? I don't have a vacuum either, so just plan to curry her and brush her as best I can before doing the hot towel treatment. Her body is under a blanket, but with all the mud this winter and then her randomly coming into heat in December her legs are disgusting.