Leather Care Instructions

For Bridle leather

  • We use and suggest Oakwood Leather Conditioner for our bridle leather goods
  • Any good leather conditioner found at a saddlery stores will also be fine.
  • Apply conditioner on a clean cloth and rub into the leather as needed. Think of it as keeping your own skin moist and conditioned.
  • This is full grain and will have natural variations.
  • Light color transfer may occur in the beginning we recommend applying leather conditioner often until the dyes settle into the leather fibers
  • Avoid severe weather conditions and Rain.  If water does get on the leather, wipe it off and allow it to dry naturally.

For Suede Leather

  • Do not use any oil leather conditioner and avoid water
  • use a soft toothbrush to clean
  • you can also use a can of air to lightly blow out the leather to clean

For Vegetable Tanned Leather

  • Use leather conditioner or Leather Oil
  • Light color transfer may occur in the beginning we recommend applying leather conditioner often until the dyes settle into the leather fibers
  • This is full grain and will have natural variations.
  • Avoid severe weather conditions and Rain.  If water does get on the leather, wipe it off and allow it to dry naturally.
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