Farnam Leather New

$6.14
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16oz

$6.14

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32oz

$9.52

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1/2 Gal

$16.12

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Product Summary:

Farnam® Leather New® Easy-Polishing Glycerine Saddle Soap

The original self-polishing saddle soap! Use Farnam® Leather New® after every ride. It cleans, conditions, and polishes in one easy step, and makes leather look like new with a single application. It removes embedded dirt and grime while replacing natural oils deep down in leather, protecting the texture and color, making it supple with a polished finish and dries to a long-lasting shine. Just spray it on and rub it in. Leather New® will not dull or stain, leave an oily residue or rub off on riding pants.

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i have very nice saddles and bridles this seems to keep them all in good condition
Leslie N on Sep 25, 2016
make my own hoof care mixture
SHARON L R on Sep 27, 2015
Have used for years. Great for spot cleaning on (mostly) clean tack and boots, especially after a ride in the rain.
Karen Ruth L on Jan 31, 2016
Leather new has always been my "go to" for leather cleaning and conditioning. Very quick and easy to clean any and all leather tack.
Alivia Y on Aug 20, 2015
Should you apply any other product after using Leather New?
A shopper on Mar 20, 2016
Best Answer: What I know about "should you" is that those words are not in the instructions on the product. The instructions don't have any information about any other product to use after using this product. I followed the instructions and didn't use anything else.
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