Originally Posted by PaulAlboran
I would like to know the name of it so I can look for it on the internet and see wich one I like the most. I'm actually just using a bit of olive oil because my product finished and I want to try a new one. Oil is very good for the leather but I want to know what you people use.
I've been using Leather New (a liquid spray) for a few years now. It "Cleans/Conditions/Polishes." However, for my new saddle, which needs softening, I've ordered Horseman's OneStep, a cream in a plastic tub. Lexol (liquid) is pretty good, too. And Fiebings. Watch for straight Neatsfoot Oil, there's something in it that damages the stitching in a saddle!!!
Olive oil (cheapest) is actually quite good for leather (unless you don't want darkening) but I'd rather save the "good stuff" for my bread!!!
Good luck and happy trails, Renee