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Wash the saddle pads regularly.
Wash the saddle pads by themselves, 2 or 3 at a time depending on the capacity of the washing machine. Do not overload the machine.
Use warm water and choose delicate / casual cycle – fast spinning will make the pad wear out faster.
Use a good chlorine-free detergent plus a good chlorine free bleach (Oxiclean works very well). For hard to remove stains, you may have to apply a stain remover before washing.
Hang to dry or put in the dryer for 5-10 minutes in COOL temperature (HOT AIR could damage the saddle pad).
TROUBLESHOOTING – if the pads do not come out clean, you may have:
- Overloaded the machine – try putting less pads in the washing machine.
- Used the wrong detergent or bleach – try a good quality chlorine-free detergent and bleach.
- Washed the pads after too many uses – try washing them more often.
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