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 Post subject: Stiff Y straps
PostPosted: Fri Apr 30, 2004 16:29 pm 
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Just got a set of the ATF repro german Y straps, great but so bloody stiff. Any fave products to softed leather goods? local saddlers full of compounds but most seem to be for cleaning.


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Something with neats foot oil in...

That does the trick.

Don't be stingy, slap it all over

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or p*ss on em...

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saddle soap works a treat

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can you do any thing with my wifes ars..... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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There you go again, saving me from myself. Neatsfoot was recommended by the horsey brigade, and I'd bought some. It can go on the shelf in the garage with all the old tins of paint and bits of light fittings.
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