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Obenauf’s Heavy Duty LP Leather Conditioner Natural Oil Beeswax Formula (4oz) 4 Ounces

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Leather conditioner cream with real beeswax and plant oils designed to melt when spread on by hand
Heavy Duty LP waterproofs and resists acids, petroleum, salt, and chemicals on leather work boots
Condition, restore dried and sun faded leather saddles, saddle bags, chaps, boots and holsters
Complete leather care proven to resist scuffing, stitch tear, and premature cracking
Heavy Duty Leather Preservative is Made in the USA and manufactured by Obenauf’s

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Date First Available: October 24, 2012. Best Sellers Rank: #470 in Automotive. Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars 7,143 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B003SKCARK. Manufacturer Part Number: ‎0102. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No. Item model number: ‎0102. Product Dimensions: ‎2.5 x 2.5 x 2.25 inches. Item Weight: ‎5 ounces. Brand: ‎Obenauf’s. Manufacturer: ‎Obenauf’s Inc.

Specification: Obenauf’s Heavy Duty LP Leather Conditioner Natural Oil Beeswax Formula (4oz) 4 Ounces

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 2.5 × 2.5 × 2.25 in

10 reviews for Obenauf’s Heavy Duty LP Leather Conditioner Natural Oil Beeswax Formula (4oz) 4 Ounces

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  1. Brad Roberts

    I read about using beeswax to treat leather in a news article. I looked up beeswax leather treatment on amazon and found this. What sold it for me was a guy in England’s review stating he used it on leather and wooden gunstocks. Nobody writes that in a fake review, so I gave it a shot. Thus far I have treated my 20 year old leather couch, 120 year old German SXS shotgun stock, Thursday Boot Co boots, burl wood smoking pipe, and the wood on a 100 year old steamer trunk. This stuff is GOOD. I used snow seal for years and this is better. I treated the couch with olive oil, this is better, I used orange oil infused wax on my shotgun stock, pipe and trunk, and this is better. Next up are my Filson and Barbour hunting clothes. Hell, I may rub this stuff on my wife’s fanny for sunscreen this summer just to see how it does. Again, good stuff. Update- I used this to seal the ash trim on my 1995 Mad River Canoe. It works well for that too.Read more

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  2. Travis T.

    I live on the Washington/Idaho border and was pleasantly surprised to see this stuff was made over in Peck. I bought this for my Georgia work boots that only see business office use and occasional job site use. Not heavy duty use at all. The boots were brand new and scuffed easily. Applied the LP and it did darken the leather a bit, but it removed the scuff marks. Occasionally I will get a scuff mark and a quick touch up will make the boots look perfect again. I preheated my oven to 200 degrees, placed the boots in there for about 10 minutes, then took them out and applied the LP. The leather just sucked this stuff up like a sponge. Then put the boots back in the oven for a few minutes to “cure” it a little. Used it last night on my daughter’s Bear Paw snow boots which she complained weren’t waterproof. They are mostly black sued with a thin smooth leather strip around the top of the sole. I only applied the LP to the smooth leather. I touched the suede in a couple of spots and it was not a good thing. Do not try to use this on suede! I have worn my work boots in heavy snow and there was no moisture seeping in. They are not advertised as being waterproof and the LP worked to make them so. One final note is the smell of this stuff. It smells like honey and is wonderful. But that worried me a bit. Would my dog now be tempted to chew my boots? Not yet. But do I really want this stuff on hiking and hunting boots in the woods where there are bears? I guess I’ll find out.Read more

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  3. Cynthia

    The shoes that have Obenauf’s applied are SET FURTHER BACK IN THE PHOTOS, except for the photos with the Timberlands, where Obenauf’s was applied to the shoe on the right. In the photos, all shoes have been washed with saddle soap and treated with Bickmore’s Bick 4 conditioner before applying Obenauf’s (a bit excessive, I’m aware). Seems to be a nice heavy leather conditioner/protectant, I chose to use Obenauf’s because of rumors that mink oil can cause leather to degrade and rot. I used it on some light-colored leathers as well because I figured that I didn’t really care about the color darkening a bit, and I like being able to walk without worrying about sudden rain showers or puddles. On more naturally textured leathers (my Johnston & Murphy Charlene oxfords (black), Vince Camuto blur Udessa oxfords, Timberlands in pebbled leather (not nubuck), oiled leather Birkenstocks, Lucky Brand Cahill flats), this tends to have a matte finish. On smoother leathers (Adidas Superstars, the collar on my Timberlands, Doc Martens), this leaves more of a shiny, oily finish (after a few hours, I buff off the excess with a soft cloth). It did not completely smooth out any scrapes and scuffs, but I found the finish to be pleasant. Where there were creases in the shoe, I found that Obenauf’s “soaked in” more thoroughly; in the naturally textured leathers, the creased areas seemed “dryer”, and on smoother leathers, the LP seemed to pool and looked more shiny. If you apply Obenauf’s excessively, it dries white, so please avoid doing so if possible. this can probably be buffed out with a cloth or brush. The smell was almost honey-like, but vaguely chemical and not entirely pleasant. I would recommend this for deep conditioning and future environmental protection, but this will not resolve existing damage (scrapes, scuffs, textural damage).Read more

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  4. Harrison’s Owner

    I had never heard of this product until I watched a video by Pat Puckett and he uses this on his saddles. If it’s good enough for him, then I’m at least going to try it. I have used mink oil before to condition leather but found it to be hard to apply and the aroma was not my favorite. This product very quickly goes from a solid, semi solid, almost liquid very quickly. I applied it to my new trail saddle which was bone dry and the leather is very supple now. I like with the way it darkened my roughout saddle, if that isn’t okay with you, don’t use. Water and sweat are the enemy to leather, and a trail saddle will experience both if you ride at all. I like oils for very dry leather but always end up tipping the bottle or somehow spilling/wasting the oil. Not a problem with this product. It is a solid until you work with it. I think this has great potential for horse crazy kids and frugal parents. Protect the leather good investment and avoid wasted product. This is now my favorite leather conditioner. I will be out walking in wet grass soon so I will be able to update waterproofing of boots. I did receive my first jar of this without a lid. I asked for an exchange and Amazon sent a replacement. Will be buying again.Read more

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  5. Amazon Customer

    Melts in well with a little heat on fresh boots (I’d recommend a couple of coats), and holds up well. Fills in scuff marks decently. Leather that is several years old is still very soft and supple when treated with Obenauf’s from the start. I think this does extend the life of work boots in harsh conditions significantly. Highly water resistant. Reapplication interval depends on use. Maybe not for bear country due to the nice bees wax smell, but otherwise perfect!Read more

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  6. A. Hardy

    These days a lot of leather walking boots are marketed as waterproof when they more accurately should be described as waterproof-able. My most recent purchase were about a waterproof as toilet paper (Izal ‘tracing paper’ in 1970’s school loos was more waterproof). Having slowly dried the leather after their first outing I applied a good coating of Obenauf’s and left them overnight in a warm place. The stuff soaked in well. I found I needed several further applications over the next few days after walking in the wet but the boots now appear to be as waterproof as I can got them. I expect to need further applications every so often to keep them in good nick. So all in all I can recommend the productRead more

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  7. S. K.

    After seeing a few online reviews of this online I was determined to try it. I nearly ordered some from the US when I found this seller importing it and selling it here on amazon. Great! After oiling my well-abused work boots with the Obenauf leather oil, I applied a couple of coats of this leather wax. I LOVE IT! It takes a little getting used to applying it with your bare fingers (after using brushes or rags for applying stuff to shoes and boots for the last 50 years!) But this smells pleasant, and it kind of melts into the leather with the help of your body heat. Even leaves your hands ‘treated’! It has made my old boots looking good, and more importantly – water resistant- again! So I will keep using it again. And the tub looks like it will last a good long time as well.Read more

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  8. Bribase

    I’m a leatherworker who was looking for something a bit stronger than Renapur for conditioning my finished work. This stuff is extremely effective, but as others have said it does tend to darken the leather. It’s not always a bad thing, and my work often benefits from it, but it’s worth bearing in mind.Read more

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  9. G. Farnell

    I’ve been slightly disappointed with this product which I have used on both boots and shoes. Easy to apply and appears to waterproof the leather. However after a day ploughing through mud and wet vegetation boots look as though they haven’t been treated. It is possible they require repeat treatments to build up a level of protection.Read more

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  10. Amazon Customer

    I used this product obenauf on both of my leather jackets the result was very good the jackets were more supple & they had a lovely leather smell with it. I applied obenauf for a second time to the jackets really pleased with results. Application used was hair drier & soft cloth, l warmed cloth & container to make more manageable then apply to jackets all over I layed them on a flat table to make it easier. I also found that it made my arthritis better in my hand by using the warm cloth.Read more

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