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During the era of George Washington, a gentleman would no more leave his quarters without his sword then without his pants!
Today, we cannot appreciate the personal bond a man had with his sword. To the civilian, it was the symbol of his standing in a highly systemized Society. To a military officer, it was an emblem of his rank and often a reward for gallantry, having been presented to him. To the common soldier or sailor, it was the weapon of “last resort”.
Swords were widely used during the American Revolution and included hanger swords (cutlass), sabers and hunting swords. A popular sidearm weapon which was used by both Revolutionary War officers and the cavalry alike. Swords were a American Revolutionary War essential. The saber was the popular choice amongst officer's and was often used to direct troops.
No Revolutionary War officer is ready for battle until they arm themselves with this, one size adjustable faux leather waist belt with detachable plastic sword and scabbard.
Equipment for both the Continental Army Soldier and British Redcoat was a necessity for survival.
Make a soap and warm water solution using a mild liquid detergent. Wipe the fabric gently with a non-abrasive sponge, until all the visible dirt is removed.
Remove tough stains by spraying with an alcohol-based all-purpose cleaner, like Formula 409. It will have a better chance of removing stains other than food and dirt.
Rinse the faux leather thoroughly using warm water and a clean, non-soapy sponge. Make sure to get in the crevices of faux leather so that soap suds or dirt do not get lodged in small cracks or folds.
Wipe the surface dry with a lint-free towel.