|06-13-2014 05:47 PM|
|Mikelia||I do mine once, maybe twice a year. I see the bottles so infrequently so I don't even remember what I use honestly. I also use a leather cleaner, comes in a foam, if they are really dirty. I must be doing something right as I have one leash that is 20 years old and still as good as new, I love that leash.|
|06-13-2014 02:57 PM|
|hunterisgreat||I use my own skin/hand oil/sweat/blood.|
|06-13-2014 02:55 PM|
|DJEtzel||I condition collars and necessary. Usually about once per month of wear. I don't condition leashes, but they would probably last longer if I did. I use biothane more than anything nowadays.|
|06-13-2014 02:28 PM|
You don't actually want to over condition leather goods, especially if they have stitching.
It's best to wipe them clean with a damp cloth and /or a leather cleaner if they get really dirty. Condition every now and then, but not all the time
The best products I find for my horses bridles is the Passier Lederbalsam and cleaner.
|06-13-2014 02:14 PM|
But of course!
How else would I be able to tolerate leather conditioning?!
|06-13-2014 02:09 PM|
Do you drink a Dos Equis while conditioning your leather?
|06-13-2014 02:08 PM|
|qbchottu||I should but I don't regularly - when I do, I use Leather New|
|06-13-2014 12:16 PM|
|Mister C||I condition all my leather products but not as often as I probably should. For leashes I clean with Murphy's oil soap and then condition with Lexol. My last dog's leather leash lasted 15 years with such treatment and we walked in all weather.|
|06-13-2014 11:32 AM|
I run leather new over them from time to time....if something gets really wet or dirty, I clean with murphy's oil soap then condition with Black Rock Conditioner....also a long time horse person, so I use the same methods I did on horse stuff....
you can get the more common stuff in a farm and feed store, or horse supply store or on line easily
|06-13-2014 10:14 AM|
I do when I first get them, you really should on occasion as it acts as a water barrier.
I have horses, so I use my tack cleaning products. You can find something suitable at a tack shop
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