- - Leather conditioner
|Ray MacDonald ||04-30-2012 08:55 PM |
I am looking for leather conditioner but I'm not sure which one is better? What brands / kinds do you recommend?
|xJumperx ||04-30-2012 09:49 PM |
Leather New ... avoid it. I hate it. It's sticky, makes your tack sticky, dyes light tack, molds fast ... just don't use Leather New. It's horrible.
I really don't like any of the liquid type of conditioners. They just get a little messy. I like the more ... creams? I use Fieblings (sp?) Saddle Soap, in the little round tin. You can get em at TSC ;) Makes tack supple, soft, and doesn't mold ;)
|goneriding ||05-01-2012 08:36 AM |
Ray Holes saddle butter.
|Saddlebag ||05-01-2012 09:27 AM |
When I worked in the restoration of library materials, (very old) many of the books had leather bindings. The only product we used on them was Lexol's Conditioner as it is neutral, being neither acidic nor alkaline.
|HorsesAreMyPassion ||05-01-2012 11:07 AM |
I really like Carr Day Martin Belvoir Leather Balsam, Effax Leder Balsam and Effax Leder Soft. The Effax Leder Soft is a lighter oil, the other 2 are deeper conditioning balms.
|DraftyAiresMum ||05-01-2012 11:54 AM |
I LOVE my Skidmore's leather cream. Made my cheap, crappy made-in-India bridle actually soft! :shock:
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