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Saddle soap is excellent for cleaning leather dog collars. Rub on some leather conditioner after cleaning for best results. For owners who get their dogs groomed regularly, ask the groomer whether he is happy to wash the collars for you.How often should I Clean my Dog's Collar?
Dog collars absorb oils from the skin as well as attracts dirt and grime. Depending on your dog’s activity level outdoors, you may need to clean his collar on a regular basis to keep it clean. Dog’s that enjoy the outdoors, go swimming, roll around in the mud and participate in high-level activities will require frequent cleaning.What can I use instead of baking soda on my Dog's Collar?
It can cause dryness and irritation to those who are sensitive to baking soda. As an alternative you can replace the baking soda with apple cider vinegar. Keeping your dog’s collar clean on a regular basis will prevent odor and keep the collar in good condition, which keeps your dog smelling sweet and saves you money.Is it okay to use bleach on dog collars?
Replace collars that are falling apart; they can present a safety hazard if chewed or tripped on. Avoid using bleaches on natural material dog collars (cotton, leather, bamboo, etc.); it can damage the collar or discolor it, depending on the material it is made from. Most artificial collars should be okay.