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Chamberlain's Leather Milk 8oz Leather Care Liniment Conditioner No. 1 <> Best Natural Leather Conditioner for Bags, Boots, Purses, Jackets, Saddles, Shoes, Wallets and More

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  • Gently nourishes, strengthens, restores and preserves your leather bags, luggage, purses, shoes, boots, saddle/tack and leather apparel.
  • Originally formulated for and exclusively used by Saddleback Leather Company
  • Leather Milk is a safe, all natural recipe containing no chemicals. Made with high quality, leather enriching ingredients plus a gentle cleaner.
  • No overwhelming chemical scent - Leather Care Liniment is imbued with subtle almond fragrance to complement your leather's natural scent!
  • Includes a FREE reusable cotton terry applicator pad for best results!
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Chamberlain's Leather Milk 8oz Leather Care Liniment Conditioner No. 1 <> Best Natural Leather Conditioner for Bags, Boots, Purses, Jackets, Saddles, Shoes, Wallets and More + Chamberlain's Leather Milk 8oz Straight Cleaner No. 2 <> Best Natural Leather Cleaner for Bags, Boots, Purses, Jackets, Saddles, Shoes, Wallets and More + Chamberlain's Leather Milk 8oz Water Protectant No. 3 <> Best Natural Leather Protector for Bags, Boots, Purses, Jackets, Saddles, Shoes, Wallets and More
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Technical Details
BrandChamberlain's Leather Milk
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Product Dimensions3.2 x 1.2 x 6.8 inches
Manufacturer Part Number610395150787
  
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Best Sellers Rank #847 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 1, 2012
  
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Just like milk is a primary nutrient for life, Leather Milk is a vital nutrient for your leather! Originally designed for and recommended by Saddleback Leather Company, Chamberlain's Leather Care Liniment is a milky, water-based leather conditioner containing some remarkable leather enriching ingredients along with a few mystical properties. Our all-natural recipes are designed to gently strengthen, preserve, beautify and restore your leather, without overloading it with heavy oils or toxic chemicals. Distinguished by its pleasant almond fragrance (subtle enough not to detract from your leather's natural scent), Leather Care Liniment no. 1 is perfect for use on your leather bags, luggage, purses, shoes, boots, saddle/tack and leather apparel. Leather Care Liniment is also 100% Made in USA! * Chamberlain's Leather Milk (Leather Care Liniment No. 1) is used on all Saddleback Leather Company's products before the items are shipped to their customers. * Here are a few leather care tips to keep in mind before using Leather Care Liniment: Read instructions fully before using. Leather Milk should not be consumed. Use carefully on unfinished leather. Not for use on suede. Test in a discreet area before using. Clean first with Straight Cleaner no. 2 or other leather cleaner if leather is excessively dirty. May darken lighter colored leathers; color usually lightens back up with use. Apply shoe polish after conditioning dress shoes.


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This stuff made my leather bag look like new.
adamlong09
I've used this and it works really well, It conditions and cleans and does a great job.
Carol D. Pippin
From Ariat boots to Saddleback bags, Chamberlain's Leather Milk has got us covered!
TwiggyGirl

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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By orange turtle on August 4, 2013
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I bought this product because I wanted to restore a red leather Coach purse that looked dull, dry, and covered in scratches. I also had accidentally spilled some oily soup on it which had stained the front slightly. I was debating between this and the Leather Honey conditioner but in the end picked this one (I'll probably still buy Leather Honey to see how that works). All I know is that Chamberlain's Leather Milk worked really well. It was really helpful that this came with the cotton applicator (which, incidentally turned red when I used it on the red leather, but the purse is fine). The leather looks so healthy and hydrated and the texture is quite soft and supple. The scratch marks are gone as well. Initially, the purse looked darker and I was worried that the color had changed drastically. After 10 minutes to let it dry, the color returned to normal (and the stain from the oily soup was gone!). The almond scent of the Leather Milk is incredible. This is definitely worth the money and I will be purchasing this again! (NOTE: I also used it on another purse I had and that one initially had a slightly sticky coating which went away once it completely dried.)
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By L. Long on February 23, 2014
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It did make my Coach leather handbag very soft, so it's a good for leather.
Love the scent, very like almond....
The reason for 4 stars and not 5 is that I didn't like the consistency, it's too watery for my preference.
Also the way the bottle is designed, very easy to pour out a lot if you don't pay close attention.
The other thing, just like some other reviewers noted, it's a bit weird to tell people to "buy and use more than you need to help our ailing economy", which is printed on the back label.
I use this product in conjunction with the Leather Honey Conditioner, which I use on glazed/coated leather.
The other product that I use is the WhooHoo-Clean Foaming Saddle Soap, Leather Cleaner. Foaming Saddle Soap. 5 FL OZ. White Foam, No Yellow Residue. It Cleans Without Scratching., which works wonder on stains and jean's dye.
Yes, it's important to have several leather care products for various leather.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By rOmP on July 8, 2013
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There isn't more that can be said about this product that other reviewers haven't already said... except that this stuff is MAGIC. Scratches on my leather disappear after application. Even my favorite scratches. Yes, I have favorites. And I'm sure for those of you who love leather, you do too. You know the ones I'm talking about? The ones that you keep inspecting after you get them? Yeah, those. You probably don't call them "favorites," but why then, do you keep checking up on them as if they were a 'favorite' sick friend?

When I first started using it, I was somewhat doubtful. I have some very light colored leather products, and I was somewhat anxious about them getting stained a darker shade. Nevertheless, I took a chance, and put copious amounts of this magic liquid all over my light colored leathers (Tobacco Brown from Saddleback if anyone's curious). I figured that if I could get an even coating all around, I'd be 'ok' with it being a little darker. maybe.

EDIT: Please do note that your lighter colored leathers may still darken regardless as they age, either from frequency of use (and the oils in your skin), or just being brought out in the sun! This patina is normally sought after!

Obviously while wet, the leather did look darker, and makes it a little easier to spot the places that you haven't applied the liniment to. Use the darkness. Let it be your guide. If you are like me, you want to get the stuff into those little folds too. You might spend a little time caressing the bag, smelling this lovely liniment as its being applied to the bag. Sometimes, you might even... place a light kiss or two on the bag. maybe.

Anyway, no worries if you get the stuff on your lips, this potion is ALL NATURAL. Drink it mixed in with your whiskey, I did. maybe.
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41 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Bret Wortman on July 31, 2012
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For my birthday, my wife bought me a Saddleback wallet in the lightest possible color, and I absolutely loved it. It had tremendous character, and it aged beautifully over the first few months of its life in my pocket. Hands down, it was the best wallet I had ever owned.

Then we went to an amusement park. And we went on an inner tube ride. And we all got soaked. Twice.

I didn't realize the mistake I'd made until we went to attempt to dry out and I pulled my wallet from my pocket. It was soaked through. The leather had absorbed a lot of water and was now very dark in color. I panicked.

But I remembered reading on the Saddleback web site that Dave Munson had had a similar experience and had simply let his piece dry, then treated it with some of this Chamberlain's Leather Milk and voila, it was good as new. I ordered some as soon as I got home from the park.

It arrived a few days later and I waited until the weekend to use it, because I just couldn't live without my wallet and I wasn't sure how long the treatment would take. I had let the wallet dry for a full day before putting it back into use, and it had mostly recovered but I wanted to ensure its long life. It really is that amazing.

So I opened the bottle, took out the provided applicator pad, and rubbed a bit of the conditioner on the back side of the wallet, which soaked it right up. I rubbed in a little more until it appeared that the wallet had a good, consistent coating, then did the same on the other side. The inside came next. I stood the wallet up on its end (after treating the end-grain as well) leaving it open in a v-shape to let the Leather Milk soak in and dry.
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