REPAIR & LAUNDRY
proceeds go toward our Rescue
UP & DROP OFF LOCATIONS:
- Anytime convenient drop off at Old
Mill Riverside on 47 in Belen
***April 6th: Top Notch Farms in
Bosque Farms 10am - 2pm***
Come & check out their 1st
Annual Barn Sale
Buy/Sell/Swap--Bake sale &
raffle to help support the Top Notch
will be there to pick up all of your
***Upcoming shows at the Bosque
Farms Rodeo Arena***
Drop off your blankets at one of the
shows and help support the BFRA
Dates to be listed soon
Specializing in waterproof and rip-stop
Blankets are all cold washed and hung dry per
We use special soap (non-detergent) that is
specifically designed for waterproof
us for special orders or custom
we'll try our best to find what you
Pick Up and Drop off at Old Mill
Riverside on 47 & River Rd in
up and Delivery Service available in
Los Lunas and Albuquerque
ALL BLANKETS MUST BE WASHED PRIOR TO REPAIR
(You may send in CLEAN items to avoid laundry charges, but they must
be CLEAN with no mud, dirt or hair!)
Weight Blankets or Medium weight
with neck cover/hood $15.00
Lightweight and Medium Weight Blankets
pads- $5.00 each or up to 3 for $10.00
(We do not wash the thick wool
Professional Choice western saddle
professional drycleaning is
are $6.00 each up to 12 inches in
YOUR choice of COLOR
**Holes/tears larger than 12inches may not be able
to be patched **
$6.00 per strap
Strap /Surcingle Total Replacement,
including strap &hardware $10.00
$3.00 per ring
Strap 1 inch Hardware Replacement
Straps Total Replacement with
Buckles/Chest Fasteners or Straps
with snap clips (either
side) $5.00 each/
$10.00 total replacement
or Medicine Boot Velcro
Purple, Magenta, Hot Pink, Red,
Burgundy, Royal Blue, Navy
Forest Green, Black
(colors may appear different
depending on your computer screen)
straps are replaced in black, or with
a closer color match if we have one
THE LIFE OF YOUR BLANKETS!
Here are some
helpful tips in preserving the
quality and longevity of your horse
Since manure and urine
will break down the material of your
blankets, on the first sunny day you
are able, hang the blanket over a
fence and hose down any spots that
your horse has rolled in.
At the end of the
blanket season, send your blankets
in for laundering and repair so they
are ready for the winter.
The turnaround time in the winter
seems much longer when you need the
blanket than in the spring, when you
are done using it.
If you would like to
wash your own blankets, first use a
hose and a brush on the blankets
while hanging over a fence.
Without soap, hose your
blanket down thoroughly and use a
hand brush to manually remove any
mud, manure and urine.
Let the blanket dry in the
sun and repeat the process if
Use a front-load washer or a top-load without an agitator.
The straps will get caught up
in a center agitator and can tear
the straps off.
Run a hot water rinse cycle on your
machine before putting in blankets,
to wash the residual detergent out
of the machine.
Do NOT use regular laundry soap!
Regular detergent will
destroy the waterproof coating on
Use a specially formulated
non-soap product made for horse
blankets or camping equipment.
If your blanket is medium or heavy
weight, it will probably require 2
Always use a COLD water wash
Do NOT use the dryer as this can
shrink your blanket, as well as
destroy the waterproof coating.
Always hang dry your blankets!
Store your blankets
over the spring and summer in a
Rubbermaid-type plastic container
once they are clean and repaired.
This will keep out rodents,
barn cats, and dogs from using your
horse’s blankets as bedding when
not in use.
Have your blankets
waterproofed if they have shown any
sign of water seeping through.
Keep in mind that the older a
blanket is, the less able it will be
to hold a waterproof layer.
After 2-3 years of use,
including improper laundering and
long-term manure and urine stains,
the integrity of the material
The material essentially
opens up and does not hold a
waterproof layer as well as a newer
Have an older blanket
waterproofed every year.
can fix dog blankets/coats too!