Lexol Leather Conditioner

$7.49

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Wipes 25ct

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1/2 Liter Spray

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1 Liter Refill

$12.49

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3 Liter

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Product Summary:

 

Lexol Original Formula Leather Conditioner Preservative
  • Softens Leather
  • Prevents Cracking

    Preserves, strengthens and beautifies all your leather:

  • Auto Upholstery
  • Saddlery
  • Boots
  • Briefcases
  • Luggage
  • Sports Equipment
  • Shoes
  • Furniture
  • Handbags

    Lexol protects old and new leather from cracking and premature aging by providing the lubrication necessary to keep it strong and supple. It is made with the finest tanning oils which are emulsified into microscopic droplets.

    These oil droplets bond to the leather fibers, nourishing the leather and leaving no greasy residue. Use Lexol regularly to keep your leather looking and performing its best.

    Directions:
    Shake well. If leather is dirty, clean it first with Lexol pH Leather Cleaner. Then apply Lexol onto leather and promptly spread with a cloth or Lexol Applicator Sponge to cover entire area. After a few minutes, wipe off excess and buff with a soft, dry cloth. For delicate leather, test Lexol on a hidden area. Lexol may slightly darken light colored leathers. Not recommended for suede or glove soft leather.

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    Bought a used saddle and it needed cleaning.
    Jennifer C on Aug 26, 2015
    For use on leather automobile upholstery, luggage and horse tack
    Elizabeth W on Aug 1, 2015
    Always a great, non-greasy conditioner. Cheap, but effective and soaks right into the tack leaving it healthy and feeling soft.
    Danielle W on Aug 15, 2015
    Leather cleaning package, county fair horse award.
    Lisa G on Jul 16, 2015
    Do you use the wipes or the spray? which is better? Thanks :D
    Naomi :D on Jul 11, 2014
    Best Answer: I use both depending on what I need done. For a quick wipe down (say after riding around on the beach and needing to get the salt off the saddle) I'll use the wipes, but for the major tack cleaning I use the spray. I think both work equally well.
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    Do you use the wipes or the spray? which is better? Thanks :D
    Naomi :D on Jul 11, 2014
    Best Answer: I have never tried the wipes. They may be less messy but I've never tried them since I've always thought they wouldn't be moist enough to clean a whole saddle or bridle. Ive always felt hey would be good for a small item but you'd go through many for a bigger item. I like the spray because I can spray it directly on my saddle so that I get plenty to soak in. Then use a sponge to spread around.
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