Your trusty wall caddy is an essential item in your collection of horse jump equipment. It stores your tack and keeps everything within arm’s reach. But do you know how to maintain its perfection? In this blog post, we will give you tips on preserving the quality of your wall caddy so that it can last you through the seasons. Whether you just purchased your first wall caddy or are a seasoned equestrian, these tips will ensure that your wall caddy remains in tip-top shape for years to come.
Regular Cleaning – It is essential to clean your wall caddy regularly. Use a damp cloth or sponge to remove any dirt or debris on the surface. Avoid using harsh chemicals as they may damage the caddy’s surface.
Proper Storage – When not in use, it makes poles last longer. Store your wall caddy in a dry place away from direct sunlight. It can be locked for security and theft. This will prevent fading and cracking. You can use a storage bag or cover to protect it from dust and other elements. Moving the jump poles and gates so the show ring surfaces can be groomed. Keeping them off the ground so they don’t rot (the poles).
Avoid Overstuffing – Do not overload your wall caddy with too many items. Only keep essential items in your caddy, and periodically reassess what needs to stay and what can be removed.
Inspect Periodically – Check your wall caddy from time to time for signs of wear and tear. If you find any damage, then take action immediately to prevent further damage. Repair or replace any worn-out parts.
Keep It Dry – Avoid keeping your wall caddy in a damp or wet area. This can cause mold and mildew to grow, which can cause irreparable damage to the caddy. If your caddy gets wet, wipe it dry with a clean cloth immediately.