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Where To Buy Leather Honey Leather Conditioner

Where To Buy Leather Honey Leather Conditioner ->>>

"Used the leather cleaner and the conditioner in both of our cars with leather seats and they look so good!! No overpowering fumes either! I am very sensitive to scents and this didn't bother me at all. Highly recommended."

This leather conditioner is a best-seller on Amazon for good reason, as our product testing team thinks this is the best leather conditioner on the market. Handbags, purses, saddles, wallets, leather upholstery, and even a leather couch are all examples of DIY projects that anyone could take on with this leather conditioner in hand. We also like the fact that the product was made in the United States by a small family business.

One thing we love about this leather conditioner is its non-toxic and water-repellent formula. The fact that no silicone, solvents, or animal products are featured in the formula is a big plus. Furthermore, the fact that this leather conditioner protects against snow and rain while also being odorless and not sticky makes this product one of the best on the market.

Lastly, the fact that Leather Honey Leather Conditioner can be used on a variety of leather items and on a range of leather colors is something our team members really liked and felt gave this product the edge over its competitors. More than anything else, our team members liked what this product did to a decade-old pair of Clarks Wallabees, as it added years back to the lifetime of those leather boots.

We talked to several car detailing experts to gauge their take on leather care kits. Kyle Marker, a parts manager at Leith Lincoln in Raleigh, North Carolina, noted a common mistake is using the wrong cleaner.

Marker also said that he often sees car owners apply excess conditioner to get a new leather look, which can build up and leave sticky residue on leather seats and other parts of the car. He advised that usually a few dollops of conditioner applied to a microfiber cloth should work.

I interviewed Shawn McGowen (Click here for our informative podcast on how to condition your leather shoes), the grandson of the formula creator and original founder Daniel McGowen to find out for myself.

Softer, better looking leather footwear and accessories. In fact my Lucchese's look better now than they did brand new. My leather briefcase is softer and more malleable (vs. being stiff for the first 6 months I had it despite repeated conditioning attempts with other leather conditioners). It even restored the life to my old belts!

We recently had the unique opportunity of being able to test 3 brands, side by side, on the exact same style and color of jacket. We have some antiqued sheep leather and python jackets that were manufactured in high humidity and packaged without silicon packets, and got extremely moldy. They subsequently got cleaned and hung up to try to get the smell out, and then forgotten about completely for a whole winter.

The internet recommended Leather Honey so we reached out to them for more info about whether they're good to use on antiqued leather or exotics, the nice lady said it might darken the leather a bit and would graciously send us a sample so we could check it out for ourselves.

The operating instructions for most leather conditioners are mostly the same, use a clean, dry cloth (we used the microfiber cloth included in our sample pack from Leather Honey), apply to a clean leather item, wait some time, preferably overnight, and then wipe down with clean cloth to get any residual gunk off.

Dr Jacksons Hide Rejuvenator This immediately leaves the leather softer than the other 2, the bovine smell is reduced to a fresh leathery smell, but still there a bit. Doesn't darken the leather as much as Leather Honey does.

Leather Honey Easy to apply, you definitely don't need much of it. This is an economical choice for sure. Softens leather nicely, but darkens it a bit more than Dr Jacksons does. Both the python and the leather are a bit shinier now than the Dr Jacksons. No noticeable smell.

Dr Jacksons Hide Rejuv


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