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    04-21-2008, 06:15 PM
Rain Spots on Tack

I was walking my horse from the arena to the barn when a downpour of rain came out of nowhere and left spots all over my saddle. I wiped it off immediately once I got to the barn but they were still there. I thought that once it dried it would go away but it's still there. I use Leather CPR after every ride or atleast once a week and then oil my saddle once a week (since I'm still trying to break in my saddle) but even after several cleanings it's still there. I would like to know if there is anything I can do to get rid of the rain spots. Also, do you think Leather CPR is a good leather cleaner or should I try something else and is it too much to oil once a week?

Thanks so much.

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