Lambskin protects your horse from chafing and pressure points and offers the horse more comfort at the same time. It also looks nice on the horse when someone is properly taking care of it. This proper care is very important for both the look of the lambskin and the functioning. Washing the lambskin regularly is an absolute must. So it is important to know how to take care of these lambskin products that you use for your horse.\nWhen being used, lambskin also absorbs dirt and the horse's sweat while riding. So it gets dirty and is no longer hygienic.\nWhen washing, sebum, ammonia, sweat residues and dirt are easily removed. Real lambskin may and should be dried in the dryer so that it becomes really fluffy again. Regularly washed, groomed lambskin you can use for years. So the investment you make in buying it, is really worth it for your horse.\nWhen you want to wash lambskin products, you handle them like this :\nBefore washing, you should remove surface dirt with a special lambskin brush or something like the Leistner allrounder. Pure lambskin products such as neck, nose or breastplate protectors can easily be washed in the washing machine. Some saddle pads can also easy be cleaned in the washing machine.\nTo be sure, please watch the washing instructions of the product.\nSpecial lambskin detergents are also available for laundry.\nThere are a few things to think about for the best results :\nClose Velcro straps so that nothing can get in between.\nWash the lambskin in the washing machine with a special lambskin detergent.\nDo not stuff the machine, rather wash little.\nOptimal temperature at 30 degrees.\nNormal spin cycle\nPlease do not use fabric softener. Lambskin detergent ONLY!\n \n \nImmediately after washing, tumble dry\nYou will have the best results in cold air or up to 30 degrees in a tumble dryer\nThe lambskin can be dried also in the oprn air.\nPlease don’t let it dry in the direct sun or on the heating.\nOnly well-groomed lambskin, that has no residues or dirt, protects your horse and offers comfort. After riding, you can easily clean damp lambskin with the brush and prevent solid dirt.\n \nIn this way riding and grooming stays pleasant for you and for your horse. Isn’t that what it all is about ?