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Fiebing's Pure Neatsfoot Oil 32oz


Price: $14.95 + $6.95 shipping
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  • Restores natural pliability to dried out leather
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Product Description

Fiebing's Pure Neatsfoot Oil is a natural preservative for all leather articles subjected to rugged use. Rubbed in deeply before exposure, it repels water and protects against the stiffening of repeated wetting-drying. Used after exposure, makes dried out leather pliable. Caution: Oil may permanently darken light colored leathers. Do not use on suede leathers. Recommended for care of saddlery and boots, gun cases, shoes and gloves and leather safety belts. 8oz, 16 oz or 32 oz.

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  • ASIN: B0000B3ASS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #282,683 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Anything leather - oil it up!
nemoM31
After using Fiebing's just one time, she was absolutely thrilled by the results (which says something in itself, because she's very hard to please).
Cindy Trivette
It has returned much of the lost luster and suppleness.
C. Mahoney

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Alesia on December 6, 2005
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I use it on the leather seats of my 19-year-old BMW to keep them as supple as possible. Nothing else comes close (although Meguiar's foaming leather cleaner is a good companion product) for doing what it does:

1. Mink oil used to be good, but several years ago the most-available formula changed and now's it's little more than a petroleum-based, stinky can of greasy stuff.

2. Doesn't have to be any particular temperature to use it--it's always liquidy.

3. Goes into the leather easily and absorbs quicker than most other products (important for seats!), and has a mild, appropriate-for-leather scent.

4. Doesn't need to be buffed or rubbed off later.

5. Leaves a nice medium shine (not glossy and not dull--you can see the difference; the cloth you use will most likely have some dirt on it when you're done)!

Make sure you use a clean, soft terrycloth towel to apply it and remember that a little dab'll do ya--different leathers have different thirsts and this stuff lasts a long time.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Wesemann on December 4, 2005
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If anyone out there is interested I would just like to highly recommend the Fiebing's brand kneatsfoot oil. Although I do not own horses, so there is no need for myself to use it on tack I do however apply regularly to all my assorted leather products. Shoes, boots, leather coat, knife sheaths, and rifle slings. I have used other brands of kneatsfoot oil namely camp dry, and always found it to work adequetly, but the local Wal Mart stopped carrying it and I was forced to seek other venues. Now that I have used the Fiebing's brand I see now what I was missing.

So in closing just allow me to say that I don't know what's so different about this brand, but my Doc's and my coat have never looked so well moisturized.

Thank you, and have a nice day.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By nemoM31 on February 5, 2012
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Hey, I gave this one only five stars because there aren't six. So, what's a neat? Well, its an archaic English word for a cow, bull, ox, calf, heifer, steer anything that goes moo. Yes, and somehow or other they make oil out them. I don't know how or even care. What I do know is that this is about the best thing there is to put on leather if you want to keep it soft, pliable, water repellent, or whatever it is that leather is supposed to be... and makes it smell like leather too. I know this from personal experience. Whatever is better has yet to be discovered. There are other things, of course, that are supposed to do these things and some kind of do too. None of them do it as well as neatsfoot oil - not even close. This is the real McCoy boys and girls. Yeah, it's expensive, but how much did you pay for that leather jacket? How much did you pay for that Brooks bicycle seat? Plenty, that's how much. Neatsfoot oil will keep it looking like new... better than new! You can find neatsfoot compound in many stores. It's a mixture of a small amount of neatsfoot oil and petroleum based oils - NOT the real thing. Don't take my word for it; ask a cowboy who makes his living from a saddle, ask him what he uses on that saddle. Squeaky shoes - oil 'em up. Sad looking motorcycle jacket - oil it up. Worn out looking belt - oil it up. Anything leather - oil it up! Caution: will darken light colored leather; I don't care - OIL IT UP! Fiebing's is the only brand I know of that offers real, 100% neatsfoot oil. What else can I say?
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Mahoney on June 1, 2009
We used this product on the leather upholstry of our convertible. It has returned much of the lost luster and suppleness. Excellent product.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Carl Wright on July 13, 2013
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Keeps all of my workshoes (have 3 pairs) & leather gloves pliable & waterproof. Love it. Makes my working in stone a better experience since my shoes & particularly my gloves do not wear out near as fast.
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