Cobbler's Choice Leather Cream
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This conditioner is a unique formula for various leather items, from boots and saddles to belts and jackets. Whether you need a quick shine before the weekend or a full resole of your boots, our network of preferred cobblers was created to ensure you get the service you need so your Thursdays can last a lifetime.
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There’s no silicone, no alcohol, no solvents, no petroleum, none of the stuff that some consumers take issue with in their leather care products. Leather conditioner cream specially formulated with real beeswax and plant oils designed to melt when spread on by hand allowing the oils to be gradually released into the fibers as long-term lubrication. After removing the laces from your boots or shoes, use a clean Microfiber Cloth or Premium Shoe Brush to get rid of any dirt, build-up, or other surface contaminants to ensure a deep and lasting condition.The seed oils penetrate deep and lock in moisture, protecting the leather from cracking and fading, and can even help to reduce the appearance of scuffs and scratches.
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So you’ve just got some boots you want to be able to wear in muck, grime, and rain without worrying about getting your toes wet and without worrying about dirt getting too deep into your shoe’s construction.Apply a small amount of the Cobbler's Choice Leather Conditioner onto a dry Microfiber Cloth and work into the leather in a circular motion. Cobblers Choice Conditioner also offers an excellent option for keeping your cowboy boots in top shape. It’s added color, shine, greatly reduced the scuffs, the color hasn’t changed, and the leather also became softer and more pliant.
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You don’t want to condition them when they’re dirty, or your risk hardening beeswax over dirt and packing it deeply into the leather, which can weather it.You will want to creme polish, which will let the pigments penetrate the leather, and then, for dress shoes, top with a hard wax polish. With no artificial ingredients or solvents, it’s full of beeswax and pine pitch that needs to be softened before applying, but then it hardens and creates a nice barrier around the leather that can handle anything you throw at it.