Leather Therapy Restorer & Conditioner

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Product Summary:

Leather Therapy® Restorer & Conditioner

From saddles to boots/shoes or jacket, to luggage, to your favorite chair, Leather Therapy® will make your leather behave beautifully!
  • Eradicates mold, mildew & odor problems
  • Deeply conditions from the inside-out.
  • Helps regain suppleness and strength
  • Dries with a soft sheen and enhances original color
  • Restores older, stiff, dried-out leather
  • Non-greasy or sticky
  • Biodegradable - Earth friendly!

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I googled, "Get Mold Off Leather Saddles" and found a testimonial about an english saddle brought back from a near-death experience. That saddle is in about the same condition mine are in. I sure hope this WORKS!!!I
Tara F on Dec 28, 2015
This item got great reviews, and my saddle has been prone to mold. I'm hoping this product will help restore my saddle and keep the mold from coming back.
Laura on Oct 26, 2015
This is the greatest leather product on the face of the planet. After 53 years with horses, I know!!!
Paula J on Oct 29, 2015
cleaning and restoring saddles and tack
Wayne M on Oct 14, 2015
My tack has mold and mildew on it, do I need the wash first?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2014
Best Answer: Should always wash leather before conditioning, not new items to make more supple. Saddles/tack can be hosed off and cleaned to get all the deep down dirt hiding everywhere- had my saddles reconditioned by a saddle maker and he said it's essential to start with really clean items and my saddles came back as if brand new! Esp an heirloom German made English set! To see the real color it was when new was shocking,and I feared some hardened parts might break but all was beautiful and supple! I was so happy with all my "new" saddles!
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can it be used on vintage leather dress jacket ?
james a on Jul 31, 2015
Best Answer: This product worked great on my vintage saddle. The leather is different quality and I needed to use quite a lot as my saddle was in desperate need of help, but it worked great. I would say start with a very small amount on a soft cloth (I used heavy duty microfiber cloths found in the car care section) in a hidden area first (maybe under the collar). Don't saturate it, just enough to cover the surface and let it soak in, then buff the excess off, if there is any. It will turn the leather a bit darker until it completely dries. The end result is absolutely amazing. I used the product on both my saddle and a leather headstall and the result was remarkable, I wouldn't hesitate to use it on any of my other leather products. Be sure to shake it well and shake often during use.
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Would you recommend it for use on a leather motorcycle seat?
marvin p on Mar 6, 2014
Best Answer: I was not pleased with this product it made my saddle sticky and when it rained it left raindrops marks. It took a lot of work to take it off and get the raindrop marks to dissepear
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