Leather care

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by moby, Oct 15, 2009.

  1. moby

    moby Member

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    I have a Nautica leather bomber bought in the late 80s, and I figured it wouldn't hurt for a recondition. Can anyone recommend a leather conditioner or cream?
     


  2. MyOtherLife

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    You can use Lexol or a leather conditioner, but if the leather has gone brittle, it's too late.
     


  3. Corniche

    Corniche Senior member

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    I have a Nautica leather bomber bought in the late 80s, and I figured it wouldn't hurt for a recondition. Can anyone recommend a leather conditioner or cream?

    I use for my convertible seats ( not Corniche sorry[​IMG] ) a conditioner by bmw that smells like new.

    Sometimes I apply some kiwi brand to it as it´s 10 times cheaper.
     


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  5. waldenbags

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    Bickmore's Bick 4 is a good conditioning cream for all of your smooth leathers and exotics. If your leather has some age-related damage, you might want to try an antique conditioner from Pecard.
     


  6. WOODOO51

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    Colonill or Woly has good Leather gel and conditioners.
     


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