Fiebings Prime Neatsfoot Compound

$8.99
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Fiebings Prime Neatsfoot Compound

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Product Summary:

Fiebing's Prime Neatsfoot Compound

This combination of neatsfoot and other essential leather oils is used by saddle and boot makers to soften, preserve and waterproof smooth leather. It lubricates the fibers to restore suppleness to the leather. Good for Harnesses, Reins, Shoes, Saddles, Boots, Sporting Goods, Halters, Belts, Handbags, Bridles and Luggage. Easy to use oil form penetrates quickly and is easy to use; just use damp cloth to apply. Not recommended for use on suede. Made in the U.S.A.
 
Item Specifications:
 
Size:
32 oz.

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All around good leather maintenance product
Laurie L on Jul 12, 2015
What is the difference between this product and the Fiebings Compound Oil? Is the 100% Oil better?
ANGELA P on Apr 21, 2015
Fiebings Prime Neatsfoot Compound
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Best Answer: I've never used the 'compound or Prime" But the plain neatsfoot oil works great on boots.
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