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    Hmm...I just think folks are no longer taking this topic SERIOUSLY!!

    Leather conditioning HAS to be almost as important as what kind of boots you wear or shampoo used to wash the horse!



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    Quote Originally Posted by JSwan View Post
    Try Flexalan.

    It is made from lanolin.

    It is not made with brains because sheep don't have them.

    Good stuff.
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    Funny how I just found a Leather Honey (new name for Harness Honey) advertisement on the sidebar of the Forums! Here is the link if it doesn't show up on your screen:

    http://leatherhoney.com/leather_conditioner_equestrian/



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    FWIW, it's apparently lecithin in the brain that is the actual tanning agent. Who knew? Tan your hide and emusify your food.



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    I'm interested in this olive oil trend. I'm about to have the stitching replaced in my older-than-me Bates saddle. Wondering if I shouldn't have have applied quite so much Neatsfoot oil in my blissful youth. . .

    What do most olive oil users use as soap/cleaner? In my experience a combination of products is key
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    Quote Originally Posted by deltawave View Post
    Unicorn chins have a totally inappropriate ration of Omega 4 to Omega 19, for pity's sake! Why do you think the things are almost extinct? All that inflammation--they simply go up in smoke!
    Which is exactly why I order an Omega stabilizer from the black market compounding pharmacy. I get a LOT more oil from grown unicorn chins.

    Of course I do cut the oil with baby seal brains, but don't tell my distributor.
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    Bah. Everyone knows the adult unicorn stuff is fake. And the baby seals? Pfft. Can you post a citation, please? Sounds fishy to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deltawave View Post
    Bah. Everyone knows the adult unicorn stuff is fake. And the baby seals? Pfft. Can you post a citation, please? Sounds fishy to me.
    I'm not at liberty to reveal my sources. Trademark infringement and all.

    Besides, you don't really buy into all that science mumbo jumbo do you? Pfft.
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