I like the sole cleanse for a quick treatment if I cant be doing with getting field paste on my hands but the field paste will do the job by itself and I like it better because it stays on longer. Sole paint I found to be a bit of a faff, just cos it needs a brush as well. Hoof Stuff is miraculous for deep central sulci. I'm not so sold on artimud, think field paste can do that job too.
I've tried the Red Horse products several times over the past few years and have never found that they've done much or stuck to the hoof no matter what the field conditions. I'm liking the Barrier Hygiene fungicidal foot spray right now.
I gave a tub of field paste to another livery as a last ditch attempt to clear up their pony's canker... it worked. I was amazed because I didn't think it would I was just trying to be nice. The vet and farrier involved both went and bought a few tubs for future use.
Tea-tree oil spray, works a treat.
I have posted berfore about being recommended Red Horse products by my farrier who had seen it work on another client's horse. There was a 2 week wait because it was out of stock when I tried to order RH. So I used tea-tree spray every day and the infection had cleared up by the time the RH stuff arrived.
Tea tree oil mixed with eucalyptus oil, daily has cleared up my horses thrush which I battled with for 5 years using every potion going. I found this mix by a chance conversation with my horses chiropractor.
Red Horse products have worked for mine, including a truly horrendous sub sole abscess that lasted for four months and needed a hole the size of Africa being dug. I believe eucalyptus oil is one of the ingredients.