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post #1 of 2 Old 12-30-2013, 03:08 PM Thread Starter
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Hi, I've heard a lot of talk about tie dying saddle pads, however I've never heard of anyone actually doing it. I researched dyes, and found a high quality brand that won't run when wet. (I might ask the company if the same will apply with horse sweat)

I'm thinking the only way to see is to try it. Usually with homemade stuff I find a tutorial, but it's a lil scary doing it myself. However, first I need some white saddle pads to use. If you know any places that sell super cheap plain white saddle pads, please give me the link. Thanks :)
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TuffRider Basic All Purpose Pad - Horse.com

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