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Caring for Moose Hide Leather

Wayne K

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I just purchased a pair of Moose Hide driving shoes to having something comfortable to slp on. I have never owned this type of leather before. I read somewhere that you shouldn't polish moose hide but rather use a leather cream. This is not something I am familiar with. Anyone have any thoughts or experience with this?

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Wayne
 

patrickBOOTH

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I would just put some renovateur on it, or a cream polish. I can't see why that would be bad.
 

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I never use wax on my mooses, or is that meece?

+1 on using a quality conditioner.
 

Wayne K

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Thank you. Besides the renovateur, what other conditioner would be suggested? I agree that polish should not be used here. What about something like Meltonian Leather Lotion?

Wayne
 

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