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Fiebings Pure Neatsfoot Oil 16 oz

by Fiebing's
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews) 5 answered questions

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Fiebings Pure Neatsfoot Oil 16 oz + Fiebing MOIL00P006Z Mink Oil Paste + Fiebing Saddle Soap Yellow 12oz
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  • Size: Pint

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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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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Restored a great old leather jacket, plus November 19, 2011
I was lucky enough to buy a black leather jacket, kind of like a leather sweater, big enough to be a top layer if I'm wearing bulky clothing and so comfortable, for nine bucks at Goodwill. The first wearing was to a hometown football game where I paid particular attention to it because of on and off light rain. Then I noticed this fine old leather was looking a bit dry so off I went to the local Tractor Supply - that is, after doing substantial research online since I don't know enough about preserving leather.

So I learned to be wary of products that might contain petroleum distillates as their long-term effect is counter-productive: they may actually cause the eventual break-down of the skin. Then there is the potential of certain additives to rot stitching...

Here we have pure neatsfoot, got from bovines. I don't know for sure the source of my leather jacket but it is probably also bovine. At any rate, pure neatsfoot is recommended. And you should see how excellent my jacket now looks. It was quite a job to carefully apply a couple of coats (too much is not recommended so I hope I guessed right about the needs of the hide). The jacket got heavier but oh so luxurious. I get comments from strangers in the grocery line and have to shrink away to keep them from pawing my prize jacket!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great December 30, 2011
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I bought this after my brother-in-law told me it is what his dad used on his baseball mitt when he was a kid. He said the mitt is still supple (he's in his 40s.) I use it on my boots/ shoes/ jackets. It helps break in the new ones faster and with less pain involved. Also, if you don't take care of your leather shoes and jackets, they dry out and crack/ dry rot. This oil doesn't leave an oily residue, doesn't transfer once you let it soak in about 5 minutes. Love it!
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
I have many such inert fellow-travelers (six cities, 15 jobs, 40-some years, so far) I'm into my 70's now. I have a leather couch with chrome supports. All made from one huge piece of quality leather. I expect it will outlast me. It just pleases me so to see it, have seen it through my many years.

I bought it in the mid-60's. Six-feet-plus, it cost $700. Back when it hit two years I started thinking about keeping it up, researching ways to preserve it. Then, as now, neatsfoot oil was called for. And so started my spring ritual of rubbing neatsfoot oil on every leather surface. Friends passing through to a person asked me to either sell it to them or leave it to them in m'will. Such always makes me smile and remember how that couch has been an element of my life. Fireplace, candles, music and lolling with a lady friend on m'couch. Glowing memories.

Few Americans have heard of Wabi-Sabi. Accept my words or study up on this Japanese philosophy. There are a variety of books on it; this one fit me: Wabi-Sabi: for Artists, Designers, Poets & Philosophers It's about how the patina of age endows an elegance to things which increases, venerates their value - value in worth, quality and feelings of their owners. It appreciates age and careful wear, quality that survived ages.

For me mine's a sentimental couch. And cool leather motorcycle jackets, cowboy boots and belts et al; all have been with me for decades. All have been treated yearly with neatsfoot oil. All glow with their histories, obvious cared-for quality.

Most all these neatsfoot products say 'pure'; they probably are. Hope so. So go with your gut; price shop and/or just sense if a seller is saying the truth. But neatsfoot oil sure has worked for me. It'll will for you.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An effective leather protector/softener October 26, 2011
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I used this on several pairs of leather shoes and found it generally brough life back into dry leather and made all leather more pliable. I did not think the oil had any stank, just a general oily smell. A little bit of the stuff goes a long way, so even a 16 oz container will last quite some time. I recommend for softening and renewing leather, if you want to waterproof, use Sno-Seal.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent product January 24, 2013
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This product is 100% neatsfoot oil. It does not contain silicone or any solvents. It is non-toxic and will not irritate skin.

Neatsfoot does have an oder however it usually fades after a couple of days. It will most likely initially darken any leather where it is applied however this can also fade with time. It is best to make sure the effect is what you desire by testing it on a hidden patch first.

If the Neatsfoot oil is applied to split hide leather with a machine finish it can sit on the surface for some time so it is best to do a bit of research on the leather you are intending to condition. Suede, nubuck and other leathers with a napped or natural finish will absorb the oil quickly so it will probably have an undesired effect; over darkening the leather and leaving too much oil in small areas. Again, be sure to test any conditioner in a small unseen area or on a patch first.

The oil traditionally was made from the bones, skin and feet of cows but unlike other fat remains in a liquid state at room temperature however modern Neatsfoot is usually made from lard that has been pressed. I don't know the process Fiebings uses to make their Neatsfoot however I have found the brand to be high quality with the desired effect for many years.

If you are looking for a high quality neatsfoot oil then this is it.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Decent product
Very versatile and quality product. I brought my messenger bag back to life. And I also repaired the sliding doors of the closet. Now they run like olympic skiers)))
Published 7 days ago by Sarmatæ
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product
Works great for softening and preserving aged leather. No noticeable odor.
Published 12 days ago by C. Fisher
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for Leather!
I use this on leather horse halters and boots. Works great!!! Would highly recommend it to clean and preserve leather products.
Published 13 days ago by Vickie K.
5.0 out of 5 stars The best
It's Neatsfoot oil so what can I say? it has been around for years. I used it on a 30 year old pair of chaps and they look almost like new again. Read more
Published 14 days ago by Harley
5.0 out of 5 stars nice goods
nice goods. this is 100% pure fiebings neat foot oil 16 o z .good condition and nice look.i will buy again
Published 18 days ago by neroliu
4.0 out of 5 stars Great for work boots
Oil goes on easy with a cotton cloth. It did darken the leather slightly as if the boots were wet. I've applied to newer work boots that had a lot of drywall dust on them and a... Read more
Published 20 days ago by Matthew Wilson
5.0 out of 5 stars Great price for just what I wanted.
Had trouble finding PURE neatsfoot oil locally. Everybody had different blends that may be fine for maintaining an already finished piece of leather, but this is what you want for... Read more
Published 26 days ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars The Real Deal
Most Neatsfoot oil is a 5 or 10% solution; this is 100% and works very well, as it's supposed to for softening leather. Hard to find, but this is it.
Published 1 month ago by H. Lanfear
5.0 out of 5 stars Good stuff!!!
This is the good stuff...PURE neatsfoot (AKA rendered cow hooves) oil.

It is perfect to "age" natural leather a bit. USE ONLY A LITTLE!!! Read more
Published 1 month ago by Gary Reynolds
5.0 out of 5 stars Reconditioned an old leather chair
versatile product; made my old leather chair with water stains look like a high end weathered leather chair. used on purses, boots, and belts. GREAT FIND
Published 2 months ago by TreehuggerAZ
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