There are several claims for leather cleaning and conditioning solutions that are simply untrue — yet they continue to spread either by word of mouth or through internet searches.
We at Leather Honey are experts on leather care and
While you may be tempted to use household cleaning products to clean leather, be wary that most, if not all, are silent killers of leather goods! It may not damage the leather right away, but over time they will damage or reduce the longevity of leather. Olive oil & mink oil fit this.
Never Use Olive Oil or Mink Oil on Leather
Oils are tricky, even olive oil. The thick, creamy-like substance sincerely gives the impression that they would make great leather conditioners. However, the concept fails time and time again. Some people still claim that mink oil works as a leather
Never Use Any Oils or Food Products on Leather Goods
Additionally, food products, including oils, on leather will eventually lead to bacteria and mold build up (yuck!). We encourage you to avoid using kitchen condiments as leather cleaners or conditioners. This includes vinegar, olive oil, flaxseed oil
USE An All Natural Leather Care Product on Your Leather Items Free of Animal Products
We are the #1 Selling Leather Care Products on Amazon.
The Leather Honey formula is derived from an all-natural secret family recipe and was originally used to condition leather tack equipment (we are also horse farmers!). Fellow equestrians quickly discovered Leather Honey’s incredible results on leather and the news spread fast. It is now the most popular leather conditioning solution for all sorts of leather products.
Unlike these other leather cleaning and conditioning products, there are no gimmicks and no surprising or disappointing results with Leather Honey.
With Leather Honey, what you buy is what you get – a trustworthy, affordable, leather cleaner & leather conditioner that clean leather, restores moisture, prevents staining and enhances the durability and appearance of any leather product.
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