The best way to clean your rope bitless bridles or rope halters is actually in the washing machine!
You can also use this method to clean most other types of synthetic tack such as biothane or nylon halters, girths, reins and breastplates.
All you need are some pillowcases with string ties or mesh bags that you generally use for washing delicates in, along with biodegradable washing powder.
To remove serious stains, give them a light rub down with a mix of 4 parts warm water and 1 part eucalyptus oil.
You could also put a few drops of eucalyptus oil into the machine before filling if you have a horse with infectious skin problems, or use the gear on a range of horses. This natural oil has an anti-bacterial and cleansing action.
Regular cleaning will keep your rope tack looking great, smelling sweet and make it last a whole lot longer!
For instructions on how to clean your leather horse tack click here.
The Natural Rope bitless bridle are now available in some snazzy new colour combinations designed through www.ropeonline.com
The brown and gold zig zag pattern rope (pictured) and a black and gold version come in pony, cob and full size.
The zig zag style rope reins can also be purchased separately.
See more samples of the rope and order yours at www.naturalhorseworldstore.com
Hi, I'm Cynthia Cooper - inventor of the LightRider Bitless Bridle.
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