3 products for: cleaning, hydrating and protecting leather.
Ease of use
Highly practical, the bucket is handy for storing all your maintenance products.
A bucket, a sponge, 2 cloths, 250ml glycerine soap, 150ml oil, 150ml grease.
Highly practical, the bucket is handy for storing all your leather maintenance products.Keeps water to hand when you clean your leathers.
Essential for applying glycerine soap. For more effective cleaning, only slightly dampen the sponge when using.
Essential for applying oil or grease, and buff to a shiny finish.
Made with soap and glycerine, it removes dirt while protecting the leather. Recommended after each use of your equipment.
Combination of 3 oils (neatsfoot-type oil, neatsfoot oil and hydrophane oil) to deeply moisturise the leather.
To moisturise and protect the leather.
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.
essential for new, dry or cracking leather. Not recommended for already soft leather. 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.
Why care for your leathers?
Proper care of your leather gear is essential for the comfort of the horse and the safety of the rider. A well-maintained saddle and bridle will last much longer and be more comfortable to work with. Leather is easier to care for if done regularly, either daily, weekly or monthly, depending on weather conditions and how often you use it.