Cleaning & Conditioning Leather

Cleaning and conditioning Leather

Adequate conditioning is essential for leather care.  Unconditioned leather can over time get dry and become brittle or crack.  Conditioning replaces moisture that has been lost and will maintain  it close to its original state.

With proper care your leather be it garment, shoe, boot, briefcase, purse, belt, auto, furniture or saddles or tack can last a lifetime.  Keep your leather looking its best by routinely cleaning and conditioning  with  Bee Natural Leathercare.

Once or twice a year is recommended.   Leather skin used in making leather products can be from animal as in cow, sheep, lamb,  goat, deer, buffalo or reptile, kangaroo, ostrich or stingray. 


How often should you condition your leather furniture?

It is recommended to clean and condition leather furniture twice a year.  You may want to do it more often if your furniture get high traffic use.

If your furniture is near a window receiving direct sunlight or near a source of heat that will deplete it of its original conditioning from the factory and will need to be conditioned more often.

For unprotected and unfinished natural leather including exotic, natural,  suede, nubuck, deerskin, elk, rough out and anilines we offer three products that are color safe.  It is best to treat that kind of leather before it is being used to protect it from water spotting and to make it easier to clean.

Natural Leather

The Natural Leather Protector will protect the leather from water spotting and soiling as readily.  It will make the later cleaning more effective.  Will not change the color on most leather.

The Suede Nubuck Protector is the most environmentally friendly, suede protection available on the market .  It offers the best ever possible all weather protection.  It has no odor and will not change the color on most leather.   Always test in an inconspicuous place on the leather first.   Use on suede, nubuck, rough out leather and also on fabric.

Natural Leather Cleaner works best on the natural leathers that have been previously protected with Natural Leather Protector.  Spray on and wipe clean.  Re-apply as needed.  Then re-protect with Natural Leather Protector.

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