Monday, August 10, 2015

Leather Honey Conditioner and Cleaner Review

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How does it work? 
Leather Honey soaks into leather’s pores, hydrating the individual fibers of the leather and providing a water-repellent barrier that prolongs its life. It adds moisture and flexibility to both dry, cracking leather and stiff new leather – effectively softening and improving its look and feel. 

Does your favorite leather piece look worn, dry, or brittle? Do you have a new leather item that is too stiff or in need of weather protection? Leather Honey has the answer!

Since 1968, master leather craftsmen and individuals alike have been relying on Leather Honey, the premium leather conditioner, to condition used leather and protect new leather.  Uniquely formulated to penetrate deep into the pores of the leather, Leather Honey Leather Conditioner is designed to bring out the best in your favorite leather – from classic equestrian items to furniture, automobiles, shoes, apparel, wallets and more. And they do it without the use of any animal products, silicone, toxins, solvents, or other harmful chemicals. 

Their long-lasting formula means one application lasts six months or longer — other less-effective products require application once a month. Leather Honey penetrates deep into the leather, hydrating the individual fibers from the inside out. Other products merely sit on the surface, creating a superficial conditioned appearance that requires frequent applications.

Sold by the same family that invented the product over 45 years ago, both Leather Honey Leather Conditioner and our NEW Leather Honey Leather Cleaner are proudly Made in the USA.

Leather Honey : Leather Conditioner since 1968 "Makes Leather Last Longer"

I received complimentary product.

Cassandra's Review- I found this to be very easy to use. The concentrate is simple to mix and use right away and can make up to 32 oz of cleaner.  The results are extremely noticeable and I did not have any damage on my leather. The conditioner can darken light the leather a little, but it did not do any damage and it perfect for the upcoming winter boots. 

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