Saddle leather is a natural material and needs to be cleaned regularly. Care should be tailored to the leather's use and wear, as well as the climate in which it is used.
Using a warm, damp sponge, generously apply the glycerine soap to the leather. Focus on areas that experience rubbing and where sweat and dust tend to settle. Repeat until the sponge stays clean. The glycerine has a nourishing effect on the leather, so there's no need to rinse after your last application. Simply remove the excess by massaging the leather with a cloth or a soft brush.
Depending on the condition of the leather, complete the glycerine soap process by applying the renovating balm. Once a year, if the leather becomes dry, apply oil to the hair side of the hide in order to nourish it in depth. Repeat this treatment if necessary.