Join Date: Jan 2002
Location: Auburn, WA 98401
Soft cloth with warm water. I never use soap or other cleaners except as a last resort for something I need to remove, and only in a small area with lots of water to rinse the soap residue.
Follow with a good leather conditioner after leather is fully dried. Propert's boot creme is best if you can find it. It is sold at most good cowboy boot stores.
Lexol products will probably work well, but personally I would only use the conditioner and save the cleaner for situations like what I said above for using soap.
"...If you can meet with triumph and disaster, and treat those two imposters the same....you'll be a Man, my Son!"
- Rudyard Kipling