06-30-2010, 04:38 PM
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1. Wipe the leather down with a soft, dry cloth to remove all dirt, dust and debris. The leather should be free of foreign particles before the soap is applied.
2. Dip a dampened sponge into the saddle soap and work into a good lather.
3. Rub the saddle soap into the leather. Apply using a tight circular motion until the entire surface is covered.
4. Allow the saddle soap to remain on the leather for just a few minutes.
5. Wipe off the soap using a damp washcloth. Be sure to wipe the leather down thoroughly and that no soap is left behind, as it can cause the leather to dry out and become cracked.
6. Follow the saddle soap wash immediately with a conditioner or leather oil.
Hope this helps,