Tack Cleaning

Specialist products for horse tack and leather wear cleaning from top manufacturers.

  • Ko Cho Line

    Ko-Cho-Line Leather Grease 225g

  • Belvoir Glycerine Conditioning Soap

    Belvoir Tack Conditioner Step 2 Bar

  • NAF Leather Quick Clean | NLF0775

    NAF Leather Quick Clean

  • Gold Label Anti-Fungal Leather Restorer | 17HWAE1NWM GLD0318 anti fungal leather restorer

    Gold Label Anti-Fungal Leather Restorer

  • Belvoir Leather Balsam | Carr Day and Martin Belvoir Leather Balsam

    Belvoir Leather Balsam

  • Belvoir Tack Cleaner Step 1 | QAY1305

    Belvoir Tack Cleaner Step 1

  • Belvoir Tack Conditioner Step 2

    Belvoir Tack Conditioner Step 2

  • Effax Leather Balm 500ml

    Effax Leather Balsam 500ml

  • Effax Leather Grease 500ml

    Effax Leather Grease 500ml

  • Gold Label Dubbin 200ml

    Gold Label Dubbin

  • Neatsfoot Compound

    Neatsfoot Compound

  • Saddle & Leather Conditioning Soap

    Brecknell Turner Saddle Soap


Horse gear is an important aspect of equestrian equipment since it not only protects and supports the rider but also the horse. Tack cleaning and maintenance are critical to ensuring that it lasts a long time and stays safe to use. Tack that has been neglected can grow stiff, lose its form, and even become unsafe to use.

The first step in cleaning tack is to use a soft brush or a sponge to remove any dirt, perspiration, and grime. It's critical to use a gentle soap or a specialist tack cleaner that's suitable for leather. Avoid using aggressive detergents since they might harm the leather.

After washing, properly rinse the tack with clean water to eliminate any soap residue. It's critical to clean all of the crevices and stitching as well. After cleaning, carefully dry the tack with a towel. Leather should never be allowed to air dry because it will fracture and lose its form.

Once the tack has dried, add a leather conditioner to help keep the leather supple and prevent cracking. It is critical to use a leather-safe conditioner and to follow the manufacturer's directions.

Metal hardware, such as buckles and rings, should also be cleaned with a light soap and water. To restore the sheen, a metal polish can be applied. To keep rust from developing on metal hardware, use a rust preventive.

While cleaning gear may give several benefits for horses, it is critical to contact with a professional or a veterinarian before putting any cleaning solutions on your equipment. They may assist in determining the individual demands of each tack and ensuring that the appropriate cleaning chemicals are used. It is also critical to check the quality of the cleaning products.