As equestrians, we have a lot of leather lying around. From saddles to bridles to boots to bags, we are surrounded by leather and we take better care of some than others. Lord Leather Conditioner takes care of ALL of our leather preserving needs. I’m sure you have seen the photo on Facebook of an old saddle restored to its former life (it’s below). I was a little skeptical…it couldn’t work that well right? Well….it does!
I do have a slightly older model of a Custom Saddlery Revolution saddle so I have been secretly wishing I could make it look a little better. I generally take care of my tack and am conscious on cleaning, and I always wipe it down after use. Our horse gear is too expensive to not take care of it. Below are the before Lord Leather Conditioner photos.
The first thing you will want to do is clean your saddle and get it free of dirt and debris. Be sure to shake the Lord Leather Conditioner well and test spot it before applying all over. You can find the how-to instructions on the Lord website here. I applied it all over my saddle with a tack sponge and a little goes a long way. It was super easy to wipe on and you could begin seeing the results quickly!
Here are the after photos after applying Lord Leather Conditioner liberally all over my saddle!
Doesn’t it look awesome?? I was so happy with how it turned out! This was after just one coat applied and it looked even better the next morning. I plan on applying another round this weekend. It definitely lives up to what it says it will do – revives old leather and softens it. I also applied it to my leather girth and before photos are below.
And look what an improvement now!
I absolutely recommend Lord Leather Conditioner and truly believe that it is something we need in our equestrian tool box! It’s absolutely amazing! Lord Leather Conditioner has set up a special promo just for VR followers! Get 15% off with code “Velvet” at checkout! Don’t miss out on this great deal!
Thanks for the share! I just bought a saddle in similar condition to your “before” photo, so I’m looking forward to getting it to the “after” condition.