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does anybody have tips on how to wash saddle pads without messing them up
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annsmistygal
Reg. Mar 2014
Posted 2014-03-25 12:40 PM (#6962984)
Subject: does anybody have tips on how to wash saddle pads without messing them up


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my saddle pad has hair all over it from shedding and i dont want it to bother him so any advice
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-03-25 12:58 PM (#6963011 - in reply to #6962984)
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Use your stiff brush and brush it off with it.  
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ctdrumrunr
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2014-03-25 1:10 PM (#6963024 - in reply to #6962984)
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I use my shedding blade, lightly. 
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canrunnr
Reg. Sep 2003
Posted 2014-03-25 1:10 PM (#6963025 - in reply to #6962984)
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Depending on the material, a brush can damage it. A pressure washer or the spray from the car wash can help. Just don't use soap. 
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mruggles
Reg. Oct 2008
Posted 2014-03-25 1:45 PM (#6963066 - in reply to #6962984)
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Mine go to the car washM
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flyhperformancehorse
Reg. Mar 2007
Posted 2014-03-25 1:48 PM (#6963069 - in reply to #6963066)
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We use our pressure washer. I do not use soap. I also clean daily with a rubber curry comb... I use 5 star pads.  
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Kathyg
Reg. Feb 2013
Posted 2014-03-25 2:04 PM (#6963084 - in reply to #6962984)
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BarrelRacing4Christ
Reg. Sep 2010
Posted 2014-03-25 2:05 PM (#6963085 - in reply to #6962984)
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Southtxponygirl
Reg. Nov 2006
Posted 2014-03-25 2:16 PM (#6963089 - in reply to #6962984)
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Yes a brush could be bad for your pad if you keep brushing in one spot, use your know how and brush lighty to get the hair off, if you can go to the car wash if you have a way to get there that works to.  But with all the shedding hair a brush works better for me, but during the summer with all the dry sweat and dirt I like the pressure washer.
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cheryl makofka
Reg. Jan 2011
Posted 2014-03-25 3:14 PM (#6963128 - in reply to #6962984)
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Shower and I walk on the wet pad, then take a plastic brush to remove the hair
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lexi
Reg. Dec 2007
Posted 2014-03-26 8:58 PM (#6964033 - in reply to #6962984)
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We take ours to the car wash also. Just don't use the soap or wax settings, lol!
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tjedhorsegirl
Reg. Sep 2015
Posted 2016-04-25 4:43 PM (#7264924 - in reply to #6962984)
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There's a great video on youtube from 5 Star about how to wash them.
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rbandsarah
Reg. Apr 2018
Posted 2018-05-13 4:54 PM (#7396094 - in reply to #6962984)
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I use the strip hair saddle pad saver, I LOVE IT..... It takes all the hair off with ease, and DOES NOT ruin your saddle pad AT ALL!! love it! then if it was muddy it will take off most of the mud and ill go through and hose off the bottom and leave it out to dry. works with boots too! Love it!
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