Leather Care

#1 Vaquero Rawhide Cream: is formulated to give any fine rawhide product the nourishment it so badly needs to remain in a fine using condition.  It is also excellent to clean and condition leather, Paso and English tack. **You can use this on leather but you should not use leather cream on rawhide. 11 oz. (It has been changed from 14 oz..) #VRC  $16.00

#2 Skidmores Leather Cream: it cleans and allows the fibers to breath, the tanning oils and natural oils are replenished, makes leather soft and supple yet resistant to moisture.
#SLC 1/2 Gallon $54.00 (saves $18.00 = 4 Pints),  Pint $19.00 (most popular size), 6 oz. $11.00,  1 oz. $2.50

#3 Skidmores Beeswax Waterproofing: Made with 100% pure beeswax.
#SBW 1 oz. $2.50

#4 Fiebing’s Saddle Soap: clean and polish in one easy step. Cleans leather and lubricates the fibers to prevent brittleness...maintaining suppleness and strength.
Yellow 12 oz. $6.10 White 12 oz. $6.28

Kakadu Microwax for waterproofing oilskin garments.
*Must be heated to use.

220g/7.8 oz. $16.00


Testimony from a very happy, appreciative customer!

Hi Terri & Bob,
I hope I'm not being a pain, but I just had to write again to voice my opinion. I've salved down my riatta (lightly) twice and the Vaquero rawhide cream has done a fine job. But I must say I'm really impressed with the Skidmore's Leather Cream. I don't believe I've ever used anything that worked this well. It is just unbelievable!!! We have 4 'using' saddles, with one being an old, old one I rescued from a guy's junk pile. I took it all apart, cleaned everything and replaced what needed to be replaced and put it back together with the idea that it would be a good 'mudding' saddle since the skirt was pretty stiff and brittle. But I have treated it (with Skidmore's) along with the other 3 and I was amazed at the results. That old skirt is becoming pliable again!!! I am going to continue to treat and let soak a few more times and see what happens. I also have an 1885 McClellan cavalry saddle that I completely restored a few years ago. It is on display with my other cavalry 'stuff' in the den. I have always used Pecards on it and was very satisfied with the results, but I honestly believe Skidmore's is better. I just can't tell you how pleased I am with it, and don't know how I got along without it. 
On a lighter note, we have a family of Skidmores that live just 5 miles from us and I have a good friend (another horse person) who married a girl named Skidmore. I will have to ask them if they are related and if so, why they kept this miracle cream a secret from me.
Soooooo, now you know that you have a very satisfied customer and I plan to spread the word. Hope I can drum up some more business for you guys. Thanks again for recommending it to me.

Mike Earleywine, IL