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Disclaimer - Remember to follow any instructions provided by the manufacturer. The following are recommendations and do not supersede the instructions provided by a products manufacturer. Step by step book care guide: Condition new boots to help give a better fit. Use pull tags when putting on your boots and take off using hand or boot jack. Alternate boots to avoid fungi and bacteria growth. Allow to dry naturally, Apply a quality leather conditioner, And then polish with boot polish. Do not delay any repairs. In most cases your new boots have been carefully stored in a box from the...

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Girth, Prolite -

The magic material used in the Prolite Girth is renowned for its ability to wick away sweat, keeping the horse dry and comfortable. Proper care is essential to ensure the best performance and, fortunately, it couldn’t be more simple. Here’s how you can keep the magic alive: A build-up of dried sweat on the girth will interfere with the Prolite’s breathability. This may eventually cause the girth to lose its flexibility and become hard. All that’s needed to maintain the girth is a bucket of water, plus a cloth or soft brush. A mild detergent can be added to the...

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Leather Care, Luc Childeric -

How to clean your new Luc Childeric leather saddle, by using the range of Luc Childeric leather cleaners and oils.

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