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    12-17-2009, 08:01 PM
how to clean saddle?

O.k. So I don't take really good care of my tack and my black saddle just got back from the tack shop because the saddle accidentally got painted when we were painting the cost me 50 bucks but my saddle looks about new now. What my question is, is how do you clean the seat of the saddle? I have the felt stuff on my saddles and before going to the tack shop it was green. Do they make any special cleaners for the seat? I don't know anything about saddles really but I have a great saddle that fits me and miraculously fits most of my horses as well. What is the best type of saddle cleaner/conditioner? Thnx!

Also if the felt gets wore off the seat can you replace that or do you just have to get a seat saver?thnx again!
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    12-18-2009, 11:30 PM
Ok we;; first of all, don't get a saddle that has a felt seat or whatever. For the leather, use glycerin soap then passier lederbalsam. For bridle just passier bridle cleaner.

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