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Re: [RC] cleaning woolback pads - Karen Everhart

Being somewhat of a purist - I only use white vinegar on my pads.  If they are particularly dirty (like after we went into a deep muddy bog), I will add a small amount of bleach if needed, with the vinegar.  I may rinse twice of I use bleach.  The result is no soap residue, the pads are sparkling clean and no perfume from the soaps, etc., so no concern about any reaction when mixed with hot, sweating horse flesh.
Karen Everhart MEd
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[RC] cleaning woolback pads, Nancy Reed