Fiebings Pure Neatsfoot Oil

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16 oz

$6.29

Oversold. Est. In Stock by 09/19/2018.

32 oz

$9.07

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Product Summary:

Fiebing's Pure Neatsfoot Oil

From Fiebing's, an industry leader since 1895. The 100% natural preservative for leather articles that are subjected to rugged use and outdoor exposure. Since the primary function of neatsfoot oil is to replace the evaporated oils in leather, replacing the oils with other natural animal oils is best. Fiebing's Pure Neatsfoot Oil penetrates quickly to protect leather from drying, yet still lets it breathe. Also reconditions old, tired leather. Used by saddlemakers for over a century. Not recommended for use on suede. Made in the U.S.A.

For MSDS Sheet, please click on Manufacturer Information to the right.
 

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MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
16 oz SLT310635 016 FIE17 025784300559
32 oz SLT310635 032 FIE41 025784300603

Product Reviews by Customers

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neatsfoot oil
very good product
May 11, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Preserves leather
Revitalizes leather but does make it turn considerably darker. Quality is excellent, but you have to use it the right way. I would advise against putting it on leather that is decorative (has tooling designs or light colors). If you do need to use it use very little and use it on the smooth side. If you put too much on the rough side it can soak through to the smooth decorated side of the leather and make dark spots. If you don't have a designed saddle and you don't care about changing the color of your saddle, go for it. All in all, light coat for decorative leather, regular use on preserving straps and leathers. Great product. Learn how it works before going crazy.
June 20, 2016
Cleans and Oils Great! 10/16/10
This stuff is great it leaves dirty old tack clean and very workable. I use a tooth brush scrub. Only problem is tack must be completely dry before using or it it will pick up dirt quickly.
October 17, 2010
So-So
Neatsfoot oil really smells awful. It works well and is cheap, but I cannot bear the smell! Also, darkens leather - Good or Bad in that aspect is up to you. I will look for alternative.
September 23, 2010
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This stuff is Magic!
RACHEL L on Jul 31, 2016
to oil saddles
DIAN W on Aug 17, 2015
This stuff is Magic!
RACHEL L on Jul 31, 2016
make my own hoof care mixture
SHARON L R on Sep 27, 2015
to oil saddles
DIAN W on Aug 17, 2015
This is the best product for keeping tack in great shape.
KRIS R on Feb 28, 2015
use on saddles and leather equipment
Michele O on Feb 26, 2015
I can't clean a saddle or oil any other leather without it.
G C on Jul 21, 2014
WE USE ON OUR LEATHER BRIDLES AND SADDLES TO KEEP THE LEATHER PLIABLE AND SOFT.
CHERYL R on Jun 24, 2014
wanted oil not just a cleaner/conditioner
DIANA K on May 9, 2014
For my leather
PAT G on Feb 17, 2014
make my own hoof care mixture
SHARON L R on Sep 27, 2015
This is the best product for keeping tack in great shape.
KRIS R on Feb 28, 2015
It's been eons since my saddles were cleaned. Do I use saddle soap first or neatsfoot oil first? Can I just use one product instead of the other? thanks!
A shopper on Jun 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Here's the steps my saddlemaker told me.
1. Murpys oil soap and water to remove dirt and dried sweat.
2. While saddle is damp, use Neatsfoot oil and give it time to soak in, may have to use 2 or more coats.
3. Saddlesoap to lock in the oil and removes excess. Shine with sheeps wool!
Do you have in a Gallon this Oil?
A shopper on May 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I think the customer is asking if you sell this in a gallon size.