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How do I wash my ESP contour saddle pad?

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    09-21-2012, 12:06 AM
How do I wash my ESP contour saddle pad?

My esp contour saddle pad is in desperate need of a wash. It is caked and really stiff with dirt, hair, and horse sweat. It is like glued on there it's so gross. Any special way I have to wash a ESP contour saddle pad with 1/2 memory foam in it? And how to I un-glue/stick this mess. While it is being clean I will use my other pad. It is pretty hot here right now but I do not know how long a pad like this takes to dry. Thanks.
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    09-21-2012, 01:09 AM
Use a stiff brush and a power washer, then hang to dry :)
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    09-21-2012, 02:27 AM
Take it to your local laundromat and stick it in the large washers... :) Or use a pressure washer, when they get that bad, I usually just replace them though.
    09-21-2012, 02:30 AM
Green Broke
I'm another vote for a power washer..Putting it in a washing machine can mess up the memory foam..

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