|View single post by cclarsencc|
|Posted: Tue Aug 25th, 2009 09:58 pm||
Here are some powdering instructions for your saddles:
Use 100% talc based powders
the trick is, u want to get powder on the bottom side of the bars, where they rub on the leather.
!!!YOU MUST WHERE GLOVES!!!!!
So set your saddle down on a soft surface like a blanket on the ground and roll it over to the side.
Lift the flap and the rigging, and sprinkle a good amount of powder up under there. Then, with your gloved hand, now work the powder into that pocket under the bars from the front to the rear of the saddle. You may have to stand it on end and sprinkle more powder in there. if u do a thorough job the first time, you will be in for many quiet rides.
Last edited on Tue Aug 25th, 2009 10:00 pm by cclarsencc
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