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Leather looks, feels and smells great when new, and if you’re lucky, it will stay that way for many years. Leather is durable, and it should remain in relatively good shape as long as nothing disastrous happens.

Of course, it is possible to care for your leather items, maintaining their lifespan and ensuring they leather pieces look fantastic for some time. Applying leather conditioner restores the moisture of your items, strengthening the leather.

You don’t necessarily need to condition your leather to enjoy items for some time, but cultivating a regular leather conditioning routine positively impacts the aesthetics and feel of leather items. If you want to keep leather soft, the right leather protector products are essential.

The Leather Colour Doctor cares about leather, and your leather items. We stock an extensive range of leather conditioner products at a great price and offer a complete guide on how to condition your leather. You don't need to rely on special offers to care for your precious belongings, we have many great products to consider.

There is nothing to say you have to condition these products, and many people enjoy leather furniture and garments for some time while doing no care or maintenance work. However, if you are keen to enhance the chances of leather looking and feeling great, it makes sense to add leather condition regularly.

If you spend money on conditioner products and then use your time to apply conditioners to leathered items, there must be benefits from this process. Thankfully, there are, and here are some of the key benefits of using leather conditioner products.

Leather conditioning ensures leather products look fantastic

Everyone knows leather ages over time, and sometimes, a great-looking leather product starts to look dry or dusty. A worn leather sofa or a leather jacket with a tear and holes is less appealing, but it is possible to minimise the impact of time!

Add some oil to boots and look at them shine!

Applying oils and conditioners keeps leather hydrated, smooth and supple. If you consider the positive impact moisturising has on your skin, a similar outcome is possible for your leather products.

Conditioning leather makes it more durable

To enjoy your leather for as many years as possible, you want it to be durable. Leather can become brittle, and this means cracks appear across the surface. You can minimise the likelihood of these cracks appearing by conditioning the leather, ensuring it is more flexible and supple.

Conditioned leather has an added layer of protection

It is essential to protect your leather, and conditioning the material provides another layer which prevents stains or water damage from becoming a significant issue. You can add other protective coatings to leather, so if you are keen to make your sofa, couch, jacket or shoes as robust as possible, you can. Oil, cream and wax protects leather, giving you more confidence in its durability.

You'll love how your items look

When you consider the benefits of conditioners that keep leather soft but also makes it more durable, it shows how amazing, and effective, leather conditioners are.

Leather apparel is a great investment, and it looks fantastic. While many items come with care instructions, leather fashion generally benefits from a conditioner routine to maintain its quality.

Of course, you don’t want to overdo it or make leather feel oily or heavy, but a light coat of leather conditioner can work wonders.

Care for your bag, shoe, boot and anything else you wear!

It is possible to condition jackets, leather shoes (even a single shoe if one has been damaged), sneakers, leather trousers, and the wide range of leather accessories including leather bags, wallets and purses.

Take care outside of your home

When you think about the amount of time you wear or use leather outside, exposed to the wind and rain, leather takes a lot of abuse. Protecting leather pieces, especially with a waterproof element is a fantastic way to ensure your clothes look and feel brilliant for many years to come. If you care about fashion and always looking your best, conditioning leather is essential.

Care for your boot and stay on the go

We know that boots are the item most people call on us for help with. You want boots to look fantastic, but boots must also be durable, and waterproof. A boot that lets in rain or puddle water is virtually useless, which is why caring for boots makes sense. The cost of replacing a pair of boots can be high, but by caring for a boot over time, you save money, and retain footwear you adore.

Leather furniture is a luxurious addition to any home, and it can last for many years with the right care. Again, you don’t want to make leather feel oily, but a light coat of leather conditioner is a great addition to leather furniture. It is possible to condition leather sofas, chairs, footstools and other leather furniture items.

Keep your home a clean and happy one

Caring for upholstery is vital, and you can avoid the wear and dirt that arises, or even stains from other liquids, by protecting leather furniture and upholstery by developing a regular maintenance routine.

Leather car interiors are a fantastic addition to any vehicle, and they can last for many years with the right care. Just like leather furniture, you don’t want to make leather feel oily, but a light coat of leather conditioner is a great way to protect leather car interiors.

It is possible to condition leather seats, leather steering wheels and other leather car interior items.

Can you use leather conditioner on other products?

Given many leather care products are suitable for use on suede, canvas or nubuck, it is natural to ask if conditioners are suitable for these products. It is possible to condition suede boots, canvas shoots and coats and all manner of nubuck garments, and you will add life to these fabrics and materials. You can even protect plastic with this conditioner, so no matter the materials or fibres you are interested in, help is available.

Leather can fade over time, and this is particularly true of leather that is left in direct sunlight for long periods. While leather conditioner can help to restore some vibrancy to faded items, it is not a cure-all, and you may need to use a leather dye or paint to achieve the desired results.

Who doesn't want a more vibrant setting at home?

However, for short-term impact, or when you stick to a regular conditioner routine, you can add more shade and vitality to pieces. This is the case no matter the shade, including black, brown, beige, blue or any hue you can imagine.

You cannot dye leather a lighter colour, but conditioners can restore fibres to what it is, or at least add life to its appearance for some time to come.

There are many leather conditioners on the market and it can be tricky to choose the right one. When selecting a leather conditioner, you want to consider the following features:

  • The type of leather and fabric you want to condition
  • Whether you need a waterproof conditioner
  • The level of protection you need
  • The level of shine you want
  • The scent of the leather conditioner

The best leather conditioner for you will depend on your individual needs, so it is worth taking the time to consider what you are looking for before making a purchase. The Leather Colour Doctor is happy to advise or guide you on what conditioner product is best for you.

Affordable oil and wax solutions that polish your pieces

No matter the price, no matter the type of item you wish to condition, there is a suitable cream, wax or oil solution that will have transformative results. Please contact us today to discuss your options.

You have many options to consider

There is a broad range of products to consider which help condition items. Wax and oils are the common options, and many people enjoy fantastic results with oil and wax on their items.

Oils to consider include:

  • Natural oils
  • Neatsfoot oil
  • Mink oil

These are all non toxic solutions, and alongside wax conditioners are effective, affordable and environmentally friendly ways to soften leather and care for your belongings like shoes, boots and coats. Leather care is important and the use of solutions such as wax conditioners, mink oil, neatsfoot oil and even natural oils have a great impact.

You can also use leather re colouring balm to soften your leather, and add a new shade or tone to your favourite leather item around the house. This is a quality product and the total price of the balm and application tools offer great value for money.

A small amount has a massive impact over time

If you want to boost the colour of a leather piece, or protect it from conditions and everyday issues, leather conditioners are a fantastic choice. You don't have to apply cream or oils too thick, it is best to spread it evenly, and rub it into the material. Using a cloth will help remove any excess oil or cream.

You don't need to make massive changes to change the look of a room, sometimes subtle changes usher new life into a space

The best time to leather condition is when you first get the item, and then on a regular basis after that. If you have just purchased a leather item or received one as a gift, it is a great idea to add a layer of protection with leather conditioner.

From then on, you can wear leather as often as you like, but a good rule of thumb is to do it every few months. Developing a routine, alongside other household cleaning tasks makes this a habit which is easy to keep, and you'll love the results.

It is best to use a leather conditioner that is designed for the specific item of leather , as this ensures you don’t damage the leather. You should also test the leather conditioner on a small area before applying it to the entire garment.

A leather cleaner makes a big difference for leather care

Applying leather conditioner is relatively straightforward, but you need to take care to avoid damaging the leather. Here is a quick step-by-step guide on how to apply leather conditioner.

  1. Start by cleaning the leather surface, taking time to wipe away any dirt or debris - you can use a commercial leather cleaner when you wipe
  2. Apply a small amount of leather conditioner to a clean cloth.
  3. Rub the leather conditioner into the leather fibres in a circular motion.
  4. Leave the leather conditioner for a few minutes to sink in to the fibres
  5. Buff the leather with a clean, dry cloth.

We offer a range of leather cleaner products, or you can use standard cleaning products. Be sure to check any cleaning instructions you have for your leather pieces, be it grain leather, aniline leather, or even pieces such as suede boots or nubuck.

Using a microfibre cloth or even a lint free cloth helps you get the best results, and these items should be your go to pieces when adding a finishing touch to shoes, boots and all manner of leather products.

Before you purchase leather conditioners, consider the following general tips:

  • Use conditioners regularly to keep leather looking and feeling great.
  • Be sure to choose a leather conditioner that is appropriate for the item you wish to condition.
  • Avoid using too much leather conditioner, as this can damage the leather.
  • Test the leather conditioner on a small area before you polish the entire surface.
  • Regularly cleaning leather surfaces, removing dirt and grease will help maintain their quality.

A dependable leather protector is worth its weight, and knowing you can soften leather, even materials such as aniline leather, is a great comfort.

The Leather Colour Doctor offers protection for leather fabric, clothes, furnishings and everything else. Whether you use cream, oils, wax, balms or anything else, we have a brilliant range of products which protects leather, and leaves you feeling confident.


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