How to clean your leather, THE actual guide

Some consider taking care of leather as a task. so we really want to explain it to you from top to bottom.

We've created this guide to help with the most sexy task of theme all, cleaning and caring for our beloved leather goods, focusing on leather harnesses.

Sweat and cum, the two things we want to get rid from our harnesses (so we can play again, and again...)

We found the best product for cleaning harnesses and leather gear, saddles soap!

Saddle soap is one of the oldest leather care products used to clean, condition and preserve the original appearance of leather. Its regular and proper application provides leather with much-needed moisture, while also getting rid of even the most stubborn stains,  It typically contains mild soap, softening ingredients such as lanolin, and preservatives such as beeswax.


Step 1: Prepare the Leather

Start by brushing off any loose dirt or debris from the surface of the leather using a soft-bristled brush. This helps prevent scratching the leather when you apply the saddle soap.

Step 2: Dampen Your Applicator

Moisten a clean sponge, soft bristle brush or cloth with water. You want it to be damp, but not dripping wet.

Step 3: Apply Saddle Soap

Rub the dampened applicator onto the surface of the Saddle Soap to create a lather. Then, apply the lather to the leather in a circular motion, working in small sections at a time.

Step 4: Clean the Leather

Gently work the lather into the leather, focusing on areas with stains, dirt, or grime. Use a bit of pressure if necessary, but avoid scrubbing too vigorously, especially on delicate or unfinished leather.

Step 5: Wipe Off Excess

After cleaning a section, use a clean, damp cloth to wipe off any excess saddle soap residue. This helps remove dirt and soap from the leather’s pores.

Step 6: Repeat as Needed

Continue applying the saddle soap to the leather, working in small sections until you’ve cleaned the entire surface. If the leather is particularly dirty, you may need to repeat the process.

Step 7: Dry and Condition

Allow the leather to air dry completely before applying any leather conditioner or protective products.

Step 8: Buff and Polish

After conditioning, you can buff the leather with a clean, dry soft bristle brush or soft cloth to restore its shine and luster.

**Don't forget to store Properly**: Store your Saddle Soap in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to maintain its quality and effectiveness.


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