|girl_on_black_pony ||08-02-2008 05:58 PM |
Saddle cleaning alternatives
Are there any thing I can use to clean my western saddle besides saddle soap? Perhaps home made or stuff found around the house?
|JustDressageIt ||08-02-2008 08:11 PM |
Chances are you're better off shelling out the $5 for saddle soap.
|iridehorses ||08-02-2008 09:06 PM |
Your mom may have some Murphy's Oil Soap around. It's great for household work and saddles.
|palogal ||08-02-2008 09:10 PM |
I've also heard ivory soap, although I've never tried it.
|upnover ||08-03-2008 09:45 PM |
i had a trainer tell me about using ivory dish soap. just a squirt in a bucket of warm water. i haven't bought saddle soap since! it's amazing. you must condition your saddle after though since there isn't any conditioner added to it. Passier's lederbasalm is my favorite. (no idea if i spelled that right!)
|girl_on_black_pony ||08-04-2008 09:27 PM |
I have just had alot of trouble finding a good saddle soap!
|upnover ||08-04-2008 10:38 PM |
yep, the trainer who told me is a grand prix rider who has a tad coffin saddle (which i believe starts off around $5,500). i figured if she used it on that and loved it, i'd try it! it definitely works better then a lot of other saddle soaps out there! and for a fraction of the cost!
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