Always check that it fits your horse before treating it with any kind of leather dressing, as we will not give a refund or exchange a treated bridle.
Dismantle the bridle and place it on some clean paper
Apply a liberal coat of good quality leather dressing to both sides.
DO NOT USE GLYCERINE CONTAINING PRODUCTS OR ANY PETROIUM OIL BASED ONES!!!
These will affect the surface of the leather and may cause the colour and texture to change and the surface to crack!
Neatsfoot oil compound is pure neatsfoot oil mixed with synthetic oil, usually petroleum-based, so should NOT be used. But even pure neatsfoot oil is prone to oxidising, causing leather to crack and deteriorate. As such, it's wise to avoid using it.
We recommend 'Oh So Pure' Leather Balm, as it does not contain Glycerine, but uses Yorkshire Beeswax and Lanolin instead. Order it Here.
Allow the dressing to soak in and make sure that the bridle is dry before use.
For regular cleaning, dissassemble the bridle and wipe with a squeezed out sponge, dipped in warm water to remove dirt and grease. DO NOT USE SADDLE SOAP, DETERGENT OR ANY GLYCERINE or PETROLEUM-BASED OIL CONTAINING PRODUCTS.
Apply the Leather Conditioner with a dry, clean cloth and allow to dry.