Saddle Conditioner

Saddle Conditioner

$2.50$18.00

Eque-Care Leather Dressing

  • Ideal for: Saddles, Western Boots, Exotic and Reptile, and Leather Accessories
  • Safe for you and your horse
  • Recommended for Smooth Oil Tanned or Naked Leather, smooth or textured smooth oil tanned leather, also safe for embossed leather and naked leather
  • Not recommended for Suede or NuBuck leather (use our NuBuck and Suede Spray instead)
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Product Description

This neutral-colored, blended paste cleans, conditions, preserves, and weatherproofs all smooth oil tanned leather to keep it supple, strong, and beautiful. A specially formulated blend of waxes and USP Grade Petroleum products help repel dirt and water from entering the leather where they cause the greatest damage.

Safe for you and your horse. Oils in the dressing lubricate and plump up fibers so they move smoothly against each other without binding and abrading. Our products contain NO animal fat or tallow, mink oil, lanolin, or neatsfoot oil. This saddle conditioner may darken leather a shade but not significantly. Not recommended for Suede or NuBuck leather (use our NuBuck and Suede Spray instead).

SADDLE CONDITIONER APPLICATION:

*Please make sure the item is oil tanned and not coated leather. This dressing will not penetrate coated leather.

Using a clean, lint-free cloth or your fingers, apply a thin coat of dressing to the leather. Allow it to sit for 12-24 hours and check to see if there are any areas that have completely absorbed the dressing. If so, reapply and let the leather sit another 12-24 hours.

When a thin layer of dressing remains, use a clean, lint-free cloth to buff off any excess dressing to a soft sheen. This helps repel water and dust. Apply follow-up treatments two to four times per year or as needed to maintain proper protection and lubricity of the leather.

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