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Post by steve76 on Sat Jan 28 2012, 22:17

i'm not sure if this has been asked before, but what leather care products do you use for your dogs harness? i don't want to get one that could be harmful to my dogs skin or health but would like to keep the harness in tip top condition, any help would be great thanks
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Post by Summerisle on Sun Jan 29 2012, 01:37

Saddle soap or Bees wax.
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Post by steve76 on Sun Jan 29 2012, 01:53

that's great thanks, we have an equestrian shop in town, i'll try there. thanks again
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Post by Guest on Sun Jan 29 2012, 01:56

I don't have leather stuff for my current dog, but I used soft saddle soap previously. If you can't get it from an equestrian shop then you should be able to get it from someone that sells leather handbags/luggage etc, or have a look on amazon......

http://www.amazon.co.uk/GOLD-LABEL-Soft-Saddle-Soap/dp/B0033XGA32/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1327802136&sr=8-1

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Post by steve76 on Sun Jan 29 2012, 02:07

thanks, i'm reasonably lucky where i live, we are right on the edge of the north oxfordshire countryside, so loads of equestrian shops nearby, i'll phone round to see who has got it in stock, but beeswax should be easier to get hold of(i think)
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Post by Summerisle on Sun Jan 29 2012, 02:15

steve76 wrote:that's great thanks, we have an equestrian shop in town, i'll try there. thanks again

No probs mate.
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Post by shakespearesdog on Tue Feb 21 2012, 16:51

I use baby oil

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Post by thepack on Sun Feb 26 2012, 16:59

I use ketchup for the brasses (less smell than brasso but works just as good), and saddle soap or bees wax to clean the leather.

My dad uses natural kiwi shoe polish on his dogs collars etc.

I have also used baby oil to keep the leather supple inbetween cleans especially if they have got wet when out as I have found the leather has dried out slightly after being wet.

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