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  1. Nikwax Conditioner For Leather
  2. Nikwax Nubuck & Suede Proof
  3. Nikwax TX Direct
  4. Gold Label Spray Wax
  5. Gold Label Neatsfoot Oil
    Gold Label Neatsfoot Oil
    From Special Price £4.72 RRP Regular Price £4.72
  6. Gold Label Leather Rejuvenator
  7. Gold Label Liquid Glycerine Saddle Soap
  8. NAF Soft Soap
  9. Carr & Day & Martin Vanner & Prest Neatsfoot Compound
  10. Carr & Day & Martin Belvoir Tack Cleaner Wipes
  11. Absorbine Horseman's One Step
  12. NAF Leather Saddle Soap
  13. NAF Sheer Luxe Leather Balsam
  14. Nikwax Aqueous Wax
  15. Hydrophane Leather Dressing
  16. Gold Label Rugwash
  17. Gold Label Polyshine
  18. Gold Label Leather Dressing
  19. Gold Label Glycerine Saddle Soap
  20. NAF Leather Quick Clean
  21. Carr & Day & Martin Tack Cleaning Sponge
  22. Carr & Day & Martin Brecknell Turner Saddle Soap
  23. Carr & Day & Martin Belvoir Tack Conditioner
    Carr & Day & Martin Belvoir Tack Conditioner
    From Special Price £10.35 RRP Regular Price £10.35
  24. Lincoln Total Tack Care
  25. Carr & Day & Martin Equimist 360 Belvoir Tack Cleaner Spray
  26. Nikwax Waterproofing Wax for Leather
  27. Nikwax Wax Cotton Proof
  28. Nikwax Tech Wash
  29. Hydrophane Lanolised Saddle Soap
  30. Hydrophane Hydrolan
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Just as grooming is a convenient way of checking your horse for injury, cleaning your tack and horse equipment is the perfect opportunity to check for any damage to your saddle and bridle. As leather is an organic material, it is subject to wear and tear so checking all of your tack after every use will allow you to identify any areas of equipment that need repairing or replacing. Online for Equine stock a full range of leather care from brands such as Funnell, Lincoln and Effax which are perfect for using to keep your horse tack in peak condition. When cleaning your horse tack, it is important that you do not apply excessive moisture to the leather as this increases the chance of cracking and degradation. By using a damp sponge combined with saddle soap, you can effectively clean dirt and grease from your saddlery.