Leather Therapy Restorer & Conditioner

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Product Summary:

Leather Therapy® Restorer & Conditioner

From saddles, boots, and shoes to jackets, luggage, or your favorite chair, Leather Therapy® will make your leather behave beautifully!


  • Eradicates mold, mildew, and odor problems
  • Deeply conditions from the inside out
  • Helps regain suppleness and strength
  • Dries with a soft sheen and enhances original color
  • Restores older, stiff, dried-out leather
  • Non-greasy or sticky
  • Biodegradable and Earth-friendly
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Great stuff. It works.
Cathy M on Apr 24, 2017
Looking for a better way to care for older leather items.
Sharon T on Aug 17, 2015
To condition tack.
Laurie A on Jan 15, 2016
Was highly recommended and really keeps the saddles looking great.
GAIL S on Jul 15, 2015
I inherited a kid's saddle that has been in the rafters of a hot garage for years. What cleaner and restorer you would recommend? The leather is very dirty and stiff as you can imagine. I don't ride anymore but I would like to restore this, it hold a lot of memories. I would also need to know what quantity of products that you recommend. Thank you. Leslie
Leslie C on Jul 10, 2016
Best Answer: Clean the saddle with saddle soap. Let dry well. Then warm up some olive oil (in the microwave - just warm only). Keep applying the olive oil. It will absorb and absorb. Keep buffing and applying. You can use this product afterwards to keep it in shape but you really, really have to get that leather back in shape. Olive oil won't change the color of the leather but Neatsfoot oil which I also like, might change the color since the leather has to be very dried out due to the storage conditions this saddle has been in.
Reply · Report · REBECCA H on Jul 13, 2016
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So, are you supposed to use the Leather Therapy Wash first to clean your saddle, tack, whatever,...? And then follow-up with the Leather Therapy Restorer and Conditioner? Or are you supposed to use the two products together or just use the one that meets your needs the best? I'm confused. LoL!
CALL G on Apr 18, 2016
Best Answer: You use Wash 1st
Then Restorer 2nd
You can use a 3rd product if you desire either Finish OR their water proofing spray.

I use these products on my Martin saddle.
Reply · Report · elizabeth b on Apr 18, 2016
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Can this be used on bits?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2014
Best Answer: Would not recommend it. It is for leather products. I use ajax or comet on my stainless steel bits then rinse thoroughly.
Reply · Report · Theresa A on Dec 4, 2014
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is this safe for my aniline leather couch??
britney on Nov 28, 2016
Best Answer: It probably is, but to be on the safe side, please test it on an inconspicuous or hidden area of the couch first.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Nov 28, 2016
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Does California restrict shipping this product leather therapy restorer & conditioner?
A shopper on Apr 19, 2015
Best Answer: There are no shipping restrictions on this item at this time.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Apr 20, 2015
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