Jackson's Saddle Repair chooses Warhorse Leather Cleaner

“The product is easy to use...I use it straight, just a few drops on a damp sponge. Then I use a dry one to wipe off excess. It doesn’t leave a residue in the handiwork and brings out the color in the tooled leather, that you see here. This is a custom built saddle, and we’re pretty particular about what we use. The smell isn’t industrial and my hands feeling good afterwards is an added bonus.”

Cycle World editor-in-chief used the leather cleaner on a well-used Vanson jacket

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We select them [products] for publication based on the experience and knowledge we have of many companies and products out there. We do use many of the products.  In this instance, we did use the leather cleaner on a well-used Vanson leather jacket and were pleased with the results.

~ All best, Mark, Mark Hoyer, Editor-in-Chief, Cycle World
15215 Alton Park

18 year old Jetton Leather furniture lives!

Warhorse Leather Cleaner & Conditioner brought my 18 year old Jetton Leather furniture back to near new condition. I love my leather furniture, but at 18 years old, it had been a chore to keep it cleaned and properly conditioned. Over the years, I have tried cleaners which did little if any to condition the leather. I have used conditioners which did little if any cleaning. I noticed that some of the seating surfaces were getting in dire need of my attention, and decided to give Warhorse a try. I had heard praises about the product, so I decided to take before and after pictures, which are attached.
WOW!!!! Warhorse is the most efficient cleaner and conditioner I have used. The cleaning properties were so efficient that no scrubbing was needed. Just follow the instructions, and the soiled areas wipe clean. The dry leather “drank” the conditioner in almost as quickly as the cloth pulled the soiled spots away. Within minutes, I would have been comfortable sitting on the furniture with my best dress pants. There was no oily or waxy residue. OK, how is it going to look in a couple of weeks? Please note the attached pictures. The dry faded picture is the “before” and the other is how it looks now, nearly three weeks later. I will never use any other product on my leather furniture. I am now using Warhorse All Purpose Cleaner as my ‘go to’ cleaner for a multitude of tasks at home and at work. It is hard to beat Warhorse’s products, especially with their commitment to delivering only environmentally friendly products which actually work
~ David McMurray, NC
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It is the best tack cleaner and condition I have ever used.

I started using Warhorse soap several years ago.  I first used it on the vehicles and was amazed out how well it worked.  It removed all the black goo from the trees off my horse trailers and the suicidal bugs off my vehicles.  I pulled the mats out of the back of the horse trailers, cleaned them, and cleaned out the entire back area.  Looks NEW!  Now it is my main household cleaner and laundry detergent.  I had a syringe explode on me while giving a horse a shot and was splattered with blood.  It removed all the blood stains from my shirt.  I also use it to wash my dogs and horses.  Best of all (being a horse person) it is the best tack cleaner and condition I have ever used.  I have gone from a pantry in the house and tack shelf in the barn full of cleaners to one cleaner for everything.  Thanks!

Cleaned more than just my leather.

I’m a neighbor of someone who agreed to try some of your glycerin cleaning soap.

I’m very glad I did.  I love it. I tried it first on my tired-looking stainless steel kitchen sinks.  Nice.  Then I did the cook top.  Even nicer.

Some time went by. I had run out of my (previous) favorite cleaning product, Murphy’s Oil Soap, and tried the soap on our cherry wood floors.  I don’t like to use harsh products on the wood and this was perfect.

I just finished working on my riding boots and dressage saddle and feel the need to e-mail you about the results. Spectacular!  The saddle has two different kinds of leather: one is smooth and the other has a grain. The grainy part has always been a challenge to get right.  It looks like new!

As if that weren’t enough, I had a little left and tried it on our glass shower stall doors.  They also have a grainy surface that holds on to mineral deposits from the soap & water and never really looks clean, even with scrubbing.  It does now, and I didn’t have to scrub. 

So, I’m a believer.  How do I get a supply??

Thanks!