Absorbine Leather Therapy Leather Restorer & Conditioner, 8-oz bottle

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Does your mane squeeze need some help in the leather department? Absorbine’s Leather Therapy Leather Restorer & Conditioner is your answer! This leather conditioner works in multiple ways. First, it lifts oils and soaps to the surface while replenishing needed moisture. Secondly, it helps restore its buttery feel and color—which you’ll find yourself admiring. Thirdly, it aids in inhibiting mold and mildew to elongate the life of leather tack, riding boots and apparel.

Key Benefits
  • Deep conditions and protects leather.
  • Helps restore suppleness and color on old or dry leather.
  • Shortens new leather break-in time.
  • Conditioner is easy to apply and not greasy or sticky
  • Formula is safe to apply on stitching.

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  • Dimensions
    2 x 2 x 8 inches
  • Weight
    12.8 ounces
  • Product Form

O-Phenyl Phenol 0.248%, Other Ingredients 99.752%.


Shake well before using. Apply to clean leather with sponge. Use sparingly for best results. Apply and allow to dry thoroughly. Leather will adsorb what it needs to restore suppleness. Drying time and number of applications will vary depending on thickness and dryness of leather. Restorer may bring old, embedded oils and soaps to the surface as it dries - simply wipe down with a damp sponge. Regular maintenance with restorer will inhibit mold and mildew from returning. Test in a hidden area first. Do not use on suede.

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    Amazing on my very old Coach handbag

    By RobertandTina on Mar 1, 2020

    Rubs in nicely and did not change the color of my older black/tan Coach Stewardess bag. (Well... maybe the tan handles got a little darker, but it was fine considering the bag is about 30 years old.) Restored a lovely patina to the bag and helped to hide scratches. I let it dry for many days, reapplied, and then it let it dry longer. Looks beautiful and feels soft and smooth.

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