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For customers that use Renapur Leather Balsam on a regular basis, such as for equestrian tack cleaning or for companies supplying or restoring leather goods, our 500ml or 1 litre bucket goes even further.
Containing natural ingredients, including Beeswax and Jojoba Oil, Renapur Leather Balsam protects, waterproofs and nourishes leather restoring its original softness and colour, preserving its looks and so extending its life.
Our formula of waxes and oils, such as Beeswax, Carnauba wax, Jojoba oil and Avocado oil, has really stood the test of time – used by millions of people around the world since 1988.
Renapur Leather Balsam is non-smelly, non-sticky, non-greasy and non-slippery and so easy to use. Renapur Leather Balsam is absorbed into the leather and won't transfer off onto your clothes. It is completely safe to humans and animals.
Do not use on suede, nubuck or fully aniline type leather.
Renapur Leather Balsam may darken some types of leather, especially if it has faded over time and with wear. If in doubt, always test on a small concealed area first.
Directions For Use:
1. The most important point when using Renapur Leather Balsam is to apply it sparingly, do not use too much as it should all be absorbed into the leather.
2. Dip the application sponge into the pot of Balsam and wipe the sponge over the edge of the pot to remove any excess. Generally speaking, if you can see Renapur Balsam on the sponge you are using too much.
3. Gently work the treated sponge over the leather. The Leather Balsam will quickly absorb into the leather working its leather cleaning magic as it goes.
4. No need to buff – but if you have applied too much Renapur Leather Balsam and it hasn’t all been absorbed into the leather, then simply wipe off the excess with a soft clean cloth.
If you are using Renapur Balsam to treat shoes and boots then you don’t have to clean them with our cleaner first unless the dirt has ingrained into the leather. Renapur Leather Balsam can deal with a bit of mud or dirt which will just dissolve away from the leather and come off onto the sponge. You can even use Renapur Balsam on leather that is damp.