saddle soap


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saddle soap

n.
A preparation containing mild soap and neat's-foot oil, used for cleaning and softening leather.

saddle soap

n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a soft soap containing neat's-foot oil used to preserve and clean leather

sad′dle soap`


n.
a soft, mild soap, used for cleaning and preserving saddles and other leather articles.
[1885–90]

Saddle soap

A mild soap, usually containing extra oil, used for cleaning leather.
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Noun1.saddle soap - a mild soap for cleansing and conditioning leather
soap - a cleansing agent made from the salts of vegetable or animal fats
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The cowhide backer squeaks a bit at first as you move around, but the break-in period as it adjusts to your waist can be speeded along with leather conditioner or saddle soap.
The next day get out a bottle of liquid glycerine saddle soap and a yellow sink sponge.
You might want to store a bit of saddle soap and Neets foot oil along with the leather shoes in case they get hard and "unwearable.
To those of a saddle soap tendency the idea of eating a horse is as offensive as taking a Crufts judge on a tour of Gyeondong market.
You see, 25oK would buy a lot of stabling and saddle soap and I'm not sure spending it on dinner with Tory boy is a wise investment.
Tricia and Ella help with buckling and unbuckling while Paige, Cameron and Georgie get to work with a wet sponge and a bar of saddle soap.
After this, the edge surfaces are polished using a rough canvas cloth impregnated with saddle soap.
99), they advise the following for grease and stains on leather upholstery: "First try wiping with a solution of soap flakes or saddle soap.
Neither neat's-foot oil nor saddle soap should ever be used on antique leather items.