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There are lots of methods and techniques for cleaning and conditioning your boots, saddle soap and mink oil are often on the top of many recommendation lists, but do they work Or do they damage your boots even more

Saddle soap is a powerful astringent designed to clean saddles made of thick, well-oiled, and well-waxed pieces of leather. It works by shrinking the body tissues in leather, making it very good at pulling stains out of leather.

Wipe all the saddle soap off the boot. This is very important because the astringents in the soap will dry the leather, causing it to become brittle. Just take a wet paper towel, cloth, or sponge and remove the saddle soap. Focus on getting into the stitching and folds, the soap likes to build up in these cracks and wrinkles.

If you want to clean and restore your leather, use saddle soap. You may not need it now, but if you wear your boots out in the mud or get salt stains on them, this does the trick better than any other product.

Our philosophy is to include an educational componenet to guide horse owners and riders of varying disciplines to make good choices in selecting tack, boots, helmets, equestrian clothing & horse health care. With the safety and heath of both horse and rider in mind, we also offer saddle, bridle and helmet fittings.

Oh boy, I had not even considered using saddle soap. Will definitely look into this more. It is one of those hidden costs you sometime forget to factor in, but seems useful to save in the long run with tack.

Saddles and bridles, as well as other leather tack items, such as girths or breastplates, are a real investment, so using the best saddle soaps and leather conditioners to keep them looking and feeling new is totally worth it.

Saddle soaps, tack cleaners and conditioners come in a variety of forms, including solid soap bars, creams and sprays, but they all have a similar range of benefits, which ultimately extend the life of your tack. Saddle soaps and tack cleaners break down dirt and grease, while leather conditions and balsams nourish the leather and keep it feeling supple. Some products have a double action and condition as well as clean.

This spray effectively cleans leather, removing dirt, grease and sweat with ease. It gently lifts ingrained grease, sweat and dirt, while having a pH-neutral formula will not rot stitching or over dry the leather. It leaves the perfect surface for the immediate application of a conditioning soap or oil.

Sizes: 500ml RRP: 24.54 This mild vegetable-based soap enriched with glycerine delivers a superior clean, leaving leather beautifully supple and protected. It is pH neutral and free from damaging detergents and chemicals so will not strip the colour from your Albion leather products.

This glycerine saddle soap softens and shines your leather. It removes embedded dirt and grime while replacing natural oils and dries to a long-lasting shine. It also helps to protect and preserves the colour and texture of leather without leaving a residue. Also available in a foam form.

Renomat or Saddle soap The main difference between these two is that Renomat is great to strip your shoes from old and/or synthetic shoe polish. This cleaner contains just enough solvents to remove shoe polish without affecting the dye in the leather. Renomat is also a great stain remover and can be used on very specific points on the shoes. Saddle soap is a more gentle option compared to the Renomat, and is as the name already reveals a soap so you need to use this product with water. Saddle soap is great for when you want to scrub and wash an entire shoe that collected a lot of dirt.

Exclusive product of Fiebing's Saddle Soap, used all over the world on fine saddlery, boots, belts, bags, shoes and other leather items. It cleans, moisturizes, softens, preserves and lubricates the fibers of the leather preventing fragility and at the same time maintaining elasticity and strength.

Produced in small batches and hand poured--each container

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