A mix of nourishing oils (neatsfoot-type oil, hydrophane oil).
Ease of use
Oil is easy to apply with a cloth or brush.
Advice for restoring leather
Recommended once a month to keep your leather in tip-top condition.
Clean your leathers using glycerine soap and a sponge.Leave to dry. STEP 2:
Essential for new, dry, or cracking leathers; Not recommended for leather that is already soft. Apply oil using a cloth, paying particular attention to the underside of the leather. Leave to seep in.
For any type of leather:Apply grease using a cloth, leave to seep in, then buff to a bright shine.
Cautions for use:
Keep out of reach of children.
Properly preparing new leathers, and maintaining your leathers, is essential to ensuring the comfort of the horse and the safety of the rider. A well-maintained saddle and bridle will last much longer and provide better working and riding conditions. Leather is easier to care for if done regularly, either daily, weekly or monthly, depending on weather conditions and how often you use it.