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    04-09-2012, 03:57 PM
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Talking Sharing my opinion on OneStep

Just got some Horseman's OneStep from Absorbine. I was a little skeptical because I usually have bad luck cleaning my leather tack and boots. But I saw that it works on synthetics too (I have a Wintec) so I thought I might give it a try.
I really should have taken before and after shots because the difference was unbelievable! My boots (which I drag through hell and back, poor things) looked brand new! Even my pair that I've owned for over 5 years! It really brought out a rich color in the leather and just made it look fabulous!!!
Next I tried it on my training bridle (again I am so abusive to my equipment) and put the split reins back on (had roper reins on for a while for training) and stupidly realized that I had tied my leather reins in a knot and left it like that for a year. After I untied it there were a ton of weird color patches (sunfading I guess) and kinks in the leather. Put the OneStep on and all the kinks expanded out! You can hardly tell they were tied except for a little bit of a bend in the reins!
Can't wait to try it on my english bridle and my two saddles! But oh my gawd, get it, only $8 for a tub at fleet farm and I barely put a dent in it after cleaning a bridle, 3 pairs of boots and a pair of half chaps! Wow!
     
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    04-19-2012, 11:07 PM
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I just tried one step for the first time too! It worked great on my saddle, bridle, and boots! I'm really hoping it extends the life of my poor paddock boots... I usually only get about 1.5 years from them. But with just two applications to my boots...they feel butter soft and look so much better.
I'm glad I'm not the only one that is excited about it:)
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    04-20-2012, 12:06 PM
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Originally Posted by sckamper    
I just tried one step for the first time too! It worked great on my saddle, bridle, and boots! I'm really hoping it extends the life of my poor paddock boots... I usually only get about 1.5 years from them. But with just two applications to my boots...they feel butter soft and look so much better.
I'm glad I'm not the only one that is excited about it:)
Haha! Oh my god I was geeking out so bad! I'm a serious horse nerd cause I freak out whenever I find cool stuff like this!
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    04-21-2012, 09:40 PM
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I know! I'm definitely a certified horse nerd too... I can't help it, horsey stuff just makes me happy:)
     

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