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Old 01-25-2010, 06:56 PM   #1
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Where to buy Saddle Soap?

I heard that Saddle Soap from an Equestrian shop is the best at keeping leather seats from cracking. Anyone know where to buy it? I don't know any Equestrian shops.
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Old 01-25-2010, 07:00 PM   #2
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Saddle soap is the worst thing you can use on your seats. You want to stick with something specifically designed for the leathers found in todays cars. Lexol, Leatherique, Leather Masters, Raceglaze, and Gloss it all make fantastic cleaners and conditioners that are safe for automotive leather.
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Saddle soap is the worst thing you can use on your seats. You want to stick with something specifically designed for the leathers found in todays cars. Lexol, Leatherique, Leather Masters, Raceglaze, and Gloss it all make fantastic cleaners and conditioners that are safe for automotive leather.
+1 saddle soap will just make a huge mess...
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if you really want to try and go against what the detailers say theres Greenhawk on W75th

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