Leather New Glycerine Saddle Soap - 16 ounce
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Leather New Glycerine Saddle Soap - 16 ounce

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Dries To A Lasting Gloss!

Farnam Leather New Glycerine Saddle Soap. The original self-polishing saddle soap that can be used after every ride! Makes leather look like new with a single application. Cleans, conditions and polishes in one easy step.

Cleans, softens and renews leather - then dries to a long-lasting shine. This soap protects the texture and color of leather, making it supple with a polished finish. Just spray it on and rub it in. Will not dull or stain. No oily residue. It will not rub off on riding pants.

Removes embedded dirt and grime while replacing natural oils deep down in leather.

16 ounce spray bottle.

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Perfect for making your saddle look new
5 out of 5
Jamie Mc
Location: NJ
Date: Jan 30, 2023
I bought my saddle used and it was covered in dirt and dust from the inside arena at the barn even with a cover. I bought this and used a micro fiber cloth and my saddle looks new. Next is my roping saddle.
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Proposition 65 Warning for California Residents
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For the complete list of chemicals covered by this the statute, please visit California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment at: https://oehha.ca.gov/proposition-65/proposition-65-list.
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