If you follow me on social media, you will have noticed a leather repair advert, like the one above, has been posted out each month, since the New Year.
It’s just one way of reminding people that I carry out repair work without giving the hard sell.
The main sort of repairs are usually as follows:
- Bridle headpieces, loop replacement, cheeks reduced, flash loop removed.
- Saddle stitching redone, girth straps replaced.
- Headcollar buckles replaced, restitched chapes.
- Girth stitching replaced
- Boots (Horse and Human) – replacement of zips or straps.
- Bag straps replaced, lining removed and replaced and a complete refurbishment
- Belts shortened, buckles changed, replaced stitching
Leather Repair Gallery
This list is not the only thing I repair, I have also repaired car seats and a leather jacket.
There is nothing that I won’t have a go at, as long as it comes to me in a clean state and not covered in thick mud.
Prices vary from job to job but as a general idea, the minimum cost I charge is £10.00 – £20.00 per hour depending on the item.