Leather Care

 

To make sure your leather items outlast you, make sure you use only the best of the best in leather care. For any queries on the appropriate produ. 

Carr & Day Martin
Step 1 Tack Cleaner & Step 2 Tack Conditioner Sprays

Step 1 lifts ingrained grease, sweat and dirt to wipe off easily. The pH neutral formula will not rot stitching or over dry the leather, whilst the antifungal formula helps prevent the growth of mould and mildew. 

Step 2 will condition, protect and add shine to leather. A pure, clear, quality conditioner formulated with glycerine and coconut oil, for regular use with minimum effort. The glycerine fills and seals pores in the leather to form a barrier against salt, dirt, grease and water. 

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Belvoir Leather Balm
Intensive Conditioner

An intensive conditioner providing ultimate nourishment for new or fine leather as well as deeply conditioning dry or cracked leather. The soft Lanolin and Beeswax formula keeps leather in optimum condition and add brilliant shine. To be used after ‘Step 1‘ Belvoir Tack Cleaner on occasions where a more intense condition is required.

DucksWax Leather Tonic

A sweet smelling, water repelling leather tonic and wax cotton reproofing wax. Manufactured in Somerset, using 100% natural products. DucksWax  will moisturize, soften and preserve all your leather and is great for boots, tack, wax cotton jackets, chaps and waxed cotton turnout rugs. Available in 100ml and 500ml tubs.

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Ko.Cho.Line

A unique thick, pink grease which protects leather from mould and mildew when in storage. Ko-Cho-Line will not rot stitching and can be used on metal to prevent rusting. This specially formulated conditioner can also be used to renovate and revive tired saddlery.

Sedgwicks Original Leathercare

Avaiable in two sizes, Sedgwick's have developed this leather dressing that contains only those natural ingredients, including tallow, oils and beeswax, used in the manufacture of their products. With Sedgwick's secret mix of leather dressing every day care for the leather could not be simpler

Abbey England Saddle Food

Developed from a recipe going back to 1882, abbey Saddle Food puts back into the leather all the goodness taken out by the weather and rigours of use