the bedding, as long as you did a good
job of removing most of it in Step 1.
Pro tip: If the bedding is dry and
kicking up dust, wear a bandana
around your nose and mouth or water
the stall lightly with a watering can.
This might sound counter-intuitive,
but you’re not wetting the bedding,
just dampening the dust so it doesn’t
STEP 5 Treat the wet spot.
If you have stall mats or a concrete
floor, sweep the remaining wet bedding off of the wet spot, and remove
it with a shovel. If you have a dirt
floor, scrape the wet spot with your
If the wet spot has an offensive odor,
treat it with a stall odor- and mois-ture-absorbing agent. If you have time,
let the spot air-dry before rebedding
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