Meltonian Mink Oil Paste
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- Conditions and Waterproofs Smooth Leather
- For All Colors
- 2.5Oz/70g Tin
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Meltonian Mink Oil waterproofs and conditions all outdoor leathers. Contains a multi-refined oil of mink that penetrates deeply into leather, restoring natural oils, while conditioning and waterproofing. Keeps leather soft, supple and waterproof. Recommended for use on outdoor work and sport boots. Apply in light layers, allow to dry, then buff to remove excess oil, and shine.
- Product Dimensions: 3.7 x 3.6 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
- ASIN: B002TEHMEM
- Item model number: 054-010
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 19, 2009
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
After owning my boots for a few months during Florida's wet season, I would like to bump up my rating. This stuff does work really well as a waterproofer. If my boots get a little scuffed, I just throw on a dab of mink oil and I'm good to go. While initially I didn't like the darkening of the color, I really like it now.
This would be five stars, but the Amazon description says it's 5oz, and the picture says 2.5oz. If it were 5 oz, it'd be a good deal. At 2.5, it's overpriced. Stupid me didn't check it before I opened it up and started using it, so I'll be keeping it. But when it runs out (which shouldn't take long, at 2.5 oz), I'll be buying a different product.
I read online that they use fat from minks which are a really cute looking furry cat things, but i also eat meat with little to no guilt. Getting on a moral high horse about leather cream would be hypocritical of me but i still feel weird about rubbing a cute animals fat on my boots.
Anyways my boots were a light tan color and after rubbing this paste on it my boots turned into a nice creamy dark brown, its even gave my boots a shiny polished look. This oil also gives a light weather resistance to your boots.
The only drawback is you need to heat it before you can apply it to a sponge or cloth. Something as simple as a heatgun will do the job. You can use the oven-method that was mentioned below, that may be more ideal to some if not most. But for those that are as impatient as me, then a heatgun is your new (if its not already) bestfriend.
I'll definitely be buying this again in the future.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The product I received is not the product pictured. Its no longer mink oil. It now says "conditioning oil" where it is supposed to say "Mink oil"Published 2 months ago by Ben Murphy
Not what was ordered. Got "Meltonian Conditioning Oil" in the mail. Still works, easy to spread and buff, snow still a couple of months away so unsure of how effective... Read morePublished 4 months ago by C. G.
Great product, my timberlands look better that ever. Beware it WILL turn lighter colors darkPublished 8 months ago by Matt
this product is a must if you wish to preserve quality leather footwear.Published 12 months ago by G. Aladro
Keeps my hiking boots moist and protected. A must for all leather products.Published 12 months ago by Melissa Smith