Care & Cleaning

Girth Leathers & Cinch Care

Before first use clean your leather beforehand with a damp soapy sponge.

Allow to dry then apply a mild leather conditioner. If the leather becomes soiled wipe down with a damp sponge or cloth. Condition regularly and after cleaning with a high-quality leather conditioner. Ensure your cinch is done up correctly, make your first loop in the small top hole. The holds the most amount of pressure. Then wrap up to your saddle and back down to the girth in the 2nd pully type space. This gives you a smoother pull and allows the girth to give and take as your horse expands and contracts

DO NOT use oil or oil-based cleaners or conditioners as this will reduce their strength

Fleece Liners & Saddle Pad Care

Custom contoured fleece sheepswool covers available to fit your shoulder relief girth This can be purchased from Saddlery Direct under shop Total Saddle Fit Girths Saddle Pads , 100% Sheepswool fleece Girth Covers & Liners

These are best hand washed with a mild detergent and left to dry naturally DO NOT put in the dryer

Western Perfect Saddle Pad Care

The best way to clean your pad is to use a soft cloth/sponge, a mild shampoo or detergent free soap (such as Woolite), and room temp water. Slightly dampen the cloth or sponge and add a small amount of soap. Work up a small lather on soiled areas. Rinse with clean water and allow to air dry. If you just want to get the sweat off you can just give it a rinse with room temp water. As far as drying time it depends how much you are soaking the pad. If you just do a quick rinse with water after a ride it should be good to go within a few hours. Though if you soak it more it should be fine by the next day.

Always check  & clean your tack before use and ensure its adjusted correctly