Compare Leather Honey to the Competition
Leather Honey was invented over 50 years ago by our grandfather, and continues to be sold by our family today. We long used it on our family farm before deciding to spread the love and share the product with other leather lovers, especially given the broad applications — Leather Honey is the ideal leather conditioner for all leather, from the saddles and tack we originally used it on to leather car seats, clothing, handbags, furniture and more.
We’ve never changed the formula, because we’ve never had to: There’s no room for improvement here. It’s the best leather conditioner on the market, and we’re confident it always will be.
One question we get all the time is about how Leather Honey Leather Conditioner compares to competitor products. People understandably want to know why they should choose our product over the competition — and we are happy to give them an answer. In fact, we have a whole list of answers. But, truthfully, there isn't a Leather Honey alternative on the market.
Use the links below to see how we compare to specific products on the market:
- Leather Honey vs. Chemical Guys
- Leather Honey vs. Chamberlain’s Leather Milk
- Leather Honey vs. Trinova Leather Conditioner and Restorer
- Leather Honey vs. Saddle Soap
- Leather Honey vs. Bick 4 Leather Conditioner
- Leather Honey vs. Beesbutter Conditioner
- Leather Honey vs. Lexol Leather Conditioner
Now, a word about what you should look for in a leather conditioner: this is a case where what isn’t in the product actually matters most. We recommend choosing a leather conditioner that is non-toxic and chemical-free. Avoid conditioners that contain waxes, silicone or animal products; these ingredients damage the leather over time and do more harm than good. Look, too, at the product’s recommended application frequency: A recommendation to condition more often than twice a year means the conditioner doesn’t work very well, which leads to repeated applications and wasted product.
Remember that caring for your leather requires both cleaning and conditioning. Regular cleaning will prevent dirt and grime from building up on the surface of your leather. While you can condition with Leather Honey Leather Conditioner just once every six months, we recommend cleaning as needed with Leather Honey Leather Cleaner.
#1 Selling Leather Care Products on Amazon!
Leather Honey's Leather Conditioner is the #1 best-selling leather care product on Amazon, 4 years running. Leather Honey's Leather Cleaner is the #1 best-selling leather cleaner on Amazon.
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Our customers say it best. Here are some recent Amazon.com testimonials:
Have a Pottery Barn Turner leather sofa that was starting to get small cracks and turn lighter in color due to being dry. I ordered the $49 dollar tiny bottle that PB recommended.... didn't work well. Then ordered Chamberlain's Leather Milk, which as others said, left a bit of a milky white residue. I was worried I had ruined my expensive, beautiful sofa. Decided to give this a try! It's awesome and saved my sofa!!! Huge difference. Did take a couple coats but my sofa looks new again. Would recommend to anyone! Loved the small size so much I had to buy the giant bottle!
THIS is AMAZING!!! I put it on my newly purchased Lily Jade bag, and let it soak overnight....wipe the excess off and my bag is even MORE gorgeous than it was before conditioning! I will definitely be ordering more in the future!
This was the first shoe conditioner I’ve ever used. I was torn between Leather Honey and Bick. I decided to go with the Leather Honey and I am very happy with my choice. I used the product on a pair of dark brown casual leather boots. They did not change colors and look like new again.
This is by far the best leather conditioner I have used. I bought at older saddle on ebay, leather very dry and saddle squeaked VERY loudly... I used the Lexol leather cleaner and conditioner first, but it was not enough to rehydrate the leather. I was hesitant to try the leather honey as other reviewers said it would darken the leather. The saddle is medium brown in color, so I really didn't mind if it darkened the leather. After multiple applications of leather honey over a period of a week, the saddle now looks and sounds brand new! The leather darkened when I put it on, but after it soaked in the leather was back to its original color. I now use this on all my tack and love how soft the leather is!