Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
There are two times per year when it is common to get green mold on your leather, spring and fall. It can happen any other time as well, like after a humid or rainy spell in the summer.
It's fairly easy to get rid of it and if you use a white vinegar/water mix, then condition your saddle, it will stay away for quite a while. It won't harm your leather but you shouldn't let it grow, either.
The other posts gave you good suggestions on how to keep your tack free from mold but for most of us, it isn't practical to have a temp controlled tack room so we just learn to deal with it.
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