Seeing as though I love to go horseback riding, I do have many saddles. They tend to get pretty dirty as you can imagine and sometimes need some condtitioning as the elements of the outdoors do take their toll on them. I use a few different products for this and one of them is Chamberlain’s Leather milk.
The bottle is a pretty generous size and it even comes with an applicator which is pretty neat. This product is pretty thin, but don’t let it fool you, it offers the results you are looking for. The smell of this is like a sweet almond, so it isn’t something overpowering that is going to give you a headache. To use, simply clean your leather with a dampl cloth to remove any dirt or debris before using this. Once it dries, you can add another application if necessary or you can gently buff it. This works for all types of things, it isn’t just limited saddles. It is good on purses, coats, and just about anything else you can imagine that is leather. Of course this shouldn’t be used on suede, but I am sure you already can figure that out. This does have the potential to make light leathers darker, so I would recommend testing a small area of your item if you are unsure to be on the safe side of things.
I really like this product and it is one of my favorite ones that I use on my saddles. It offers the results I am looking for and is very affordable. This product is sold on Amazon for $18.95 USD which is a great deal when you consider how the competition is priced. One thing about this product that I wasn’t too fond of was on the back, it encourages you to use more than what you need. I am a frugal gal, so that is something I won’t be doing. At any rate, this product is made in the U.S.A so that is something that I really like about this.
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