Circle Y Square Choc Wool Felt Pad

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Circle Y Standard Square Skirt Shape Wool Pad. Made from genuine wool felt- the preferred material for pads. Naturally absorbs shock and wicks away moisture- keeping your horse cool and comfortable. Wear leathers for durability. 3/4" thick.  Pad depth measurement 16". Wear leather length 24".

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for my husband
PAMELA S E on Nov 19, 2014
I have a pad similar to this. How do I clean it?
A shopper on Nov 29, 2014
Best Answer: Do not use soap, as you will risk leaving soap residue that might irritate the animal.

When washing, wash from the center to outer edges in all directions so the dirt in the water does not get trapped by seams and remain in the saddle pad. Simply hang or hold saddle pad and begin rinsing from the center of each side to the outer edges, rotating it as you go so you keep dirty water flowing to the edges. Never lay a saddle pad of any type flat to rinse because it only drives dirt and sweat salts into saddle pad.

Rinse the pad using only enough water to dissolve sweat salts and dirt residue so they will be carried away in rinse water. Then hang by gullet hole or lay naturally over a rail. Do not lay your pad on its back to dry as it will stretch the leather and pull out the inner lacing. After saddle pad is dry, flex saddle pad in the areas that have not softened. This will fluff and loosen the felt, restoring minimal losses in compression protection from hardening.
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