Definition of Saddle soap

1. Noun. A mild soap for cleansing and conditioning leather.

Exact synonyms: Leather Soap
Generic synonyms: Soap



Definition of Saddle soap

1. Noun. A soap which is used to clean, soften and condition leather, especially horse tack (hence its name). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saddle Soap

saddle pad
saddle pads
saddle pain
saddle pains
saddle point
saddle points
saddle reef
saddle reefs
saddle ring
saddle rings
saddle roof
saddle seat
saddle seats
saddle shoe
saddle shoes
saddle soap (current term)
saddle sore
saddle sores
saddle stitch
saddle tree
saddle trees
saddle up
saddle vein
saddle veins
saddleback caterpillar
saddleback caterpillars
saddleback roof
saddlebacked
saddlebacking

Literary usage of Saddle soap

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1. NBS Special Publication (1921)
"Paper Containers for Axle Grease and saddle soap In the interest of the conservation of tin the paper section of the Bureau was requested to investigate the ..."

2. Fundamentals of Military Service by Lincoln Clarke Andrews, Leonard Wood (1916)
"Lather thickly each strap and rein with saddle soap and let it dry in, ... Soap, use Neatsfoot oil °l leather bottom and saddle soap to clean strap; ..."

3. War Work of the Bureau of Standards: April 1, 1921 by United States Bureau of Standards (1921)
"Paper Containers for Axle Grease and saddle soap In the interest of the conservation of tin the paper section of the Bureau was requested to investigate the ..."

4. The Soap Maker's Handbook of Materials, Processes and Receipts for Every by Carl Deite, Alwin Engelhardt, F. Wiltner (1912)
"The frame is then allowed to stand covered for a few hours. Russian saddle soap.—Genuine Russian saddle soap is sold ..."

5. Stable Management and Exercise: A Book for Horse-owners and Students / by M by Matthew Horace Hayes (1900)
"49), and does not make it sticky and dirty to handle like saddle soap. ... They naturally favour the use of saddle soap, because it produces a brilliant ..."

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