Bucas Freedom Fly Sheet
The Bucas Freedom Fly Sheet is a fly sheet with a fixed neck. This blanket is made of fine-mesh material (polyester) to protect your horse against the flies. The blanket has a front closure on the chest with a Velcro overlap, cross surcingles to ensure that the blanket stays in place, attachment points for leg straps (not included) and a tail cord. In addition, this blanket has a large tail flap that helps protect the tail. (The mask is not included with the blanket).
- Closure with Velcro flap;
- cross surcingles;
- Tail cord, leg straps available separately;
- fixed neck;
- tail flap.
|Rug Neckpiece||Fixed Neck Portion|
|Rug Material||Polyester Mesh|
|Rugs singles||Cross Singel|
|Rug Type||Fly Rugs|
Maintenance of your horse rugs
In principle, you can simply wash your rugs in the washing machine at 30 ° Celsius, but with each wash you can check the waterproofness of your blanket. Washing once out of need is not a problem, but regular washing is not recommended. Would you like to wash the blanket more often? Or just clean your blanket extra well? Then bring it to a special horse blanket laundry. These are specialized in washing and cleaning horse rugs. They use special detergents and impregnation agents to keep your blanket nice and waterproof. Do you prefer to do it yourself but do not you dare to touch the washing machine? Then use some lukewarm / warm water without soap and gently brush off the dirt with a soft brush after soaking in water. The best thing is if you can hang the blanket to dry in the sun. This way you prevent the lining from accumulating in a lump.
This is of course not the case with fleece rugs, stall rugs, fly rugs, eczema rugs and rugs. These rugs are in fact not waterproof. You can wash these rugs in the washing machine at 30 ° Celsius.
- In connection with allergic reactions to washing, do not use any or only special detergents. Never use standard soap and / or detergents.
- Hang the rugs well to allow them to dry properly. This way you prevent the lining from accumulating in a lump.