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Washing saddle pads
Washing saddle pads
Wash saddle pads the easy way AND save your washing machine. Washing saddle pads without wrecking the washing machine or filling it with hair that then ends up on your clothes is the bane of the horse riders life! Not everyone has access to a separate machine to use for horse stuff. If this is you, read on!
Did you know saddle soap shouldn’t be used to clean gear?
Did you know saddle soap shouldn’t be used to clean gear?
Did you know saddle soap shouldn’t be used to clean gear? *mind blown*. Why not I hear you ask and just how should you clean your gear? Read on
How to clean your horse brushes
How to clean your horse brushes
No matter which brushes you choose to use on your horse, looking after them so they last a long time and do their job is important. Brushes are designed to clean your horse. Brushing your horse with a dirty brush means you are transferring that dust, sweat and dirt back to your horse’s coat which defeats the purpose! Ideally you are using a curry to clean the brush after every few strokes which removes the dust and sweat from the brush but over time, the grime will build up in your brush. If you neglect them long enough, dirty brush bristles will begin to clump together, becoming even less effective for cleaning your horse. Keeping your brushes clean not only means they do their job properly and last longer, it also means you are reducing the build-up of bacteria.