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rostymom
Reg. Aug 2005
Posted 2017-04-20 8:31 PM (#7341035)
Subject: SaddleRight Saddle pads


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 Looking for advise on the best way to clean my felt liner .
 
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Cowjazz
Reg. Apr 2006
Posted 2017-04-20 10:29 PM (#7341052 - in reply to #7341035)
Subject: RE: SaddleRight Saddle pads



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 100% Pressed Wool Felt Liner Pads
Cleaning Steps:
  • Wash by HAND in COLD water with a non-bleach soap/cleaner. Line dry.
  • Normal shrinkage of up to 1” after the initial washing is normal.
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cranky B4 10am
Reg. Dec 2009
Posted 2017-04-21 7:51 AM (#7341078 - in reply to #7341035)
Subject: RE: SaddleRight Saddle pads


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Yea, don't do what I do. Mine was so nasty that I put it in the washer....  didn't work out to well....

I've gotten away from the felt liners. I now use the BOT pads under mine, they are so much easier to clean. Just brush off the hairs and put in the washer. Then line dry.  And help warm up his back muscles at the same time. 
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dianeguinn
Reg. Oct 2003
Posted 2017-04-21 11:55 AM (#7341156 - in reply to #7341078)
Subject: RE: SaddleRight Saddle pads



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cranky B4 10am - 2017-04-21 7:51 AM

Yea, don't do what I do. Mine was so nasty that I put it in the washer....  didn't work out to well....

I've gotten away from the felt liners. I now use the BOT pads under mine, they are so much easier to clean. Just brush off the hairs and put in the washer. Then line dry.  And help warm up his back muscles at the same time. 

This is what I do, too. Love the BOT liners.
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Cowjazz
Reg. Apr 2006
Posted 2017-04-21 5:01 PM (#7341257 - in reply to #7341035)
Subject: RE: SaddleRight Saddle pads



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Keep in mind that you can use the pad without a liner as well. They claen up nicely!

 
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rostymom
Reg. Aug 2005
Posted 2017-04-21 6:12 PM (#7341273 - in reply to #7341035)
Subject: RE: SaddleRight Saddle pads


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 Thanks for the info !!!
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BrightEyes
Reg. Aug 2015
Posted 2017-04-22 12:59 AM (#7341315 - in reply to #7341035)
Subject: RE: SaddleRight Saddle pads


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I use a cotton navajo under mine. Throw it in the washer and we're ready to go!
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