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Obenauf's Heavy Duty LP 4oz - Preserves and Protects Leather - Made in the US

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  • Repels water better & longer
  • Repels chemicals, manure acid, salt, concrete
  • Resists dry toy, scuffing, cracking
  • Resists mildew, mold, bacteria growth
  • Restores & Preserves dried-out leather natually
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Obenauf's Heavy Duty LP 4oz - Preserves and Protects Leather - Made in the US + Obenauf's Leather Oil 8 oz. - Restores Dry Leather - Made in the US + Fiebing Saddle Soap Yellow 12oz
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Technical Details
BrandObenauf's
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions3 x 3 x 2.5 inches
Item model number0102
Manufacturer Part Number0102
  
Additional Information
ASINB003SKCARK
Best Sellers Rank #76 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableOctober 24, 2012
  
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Product Description

Obenauf's Heavy Duty LP 4oz - Preserves and Protects Leather - Made in the US -

-With regular use, boots last noticeably longer and stay comfortable even in extreme conditions.

-This preservative is made in the US, and proven excellent quality since 1986.

-Great for boots, car leather interior, or really any leather product!

-Obenauf's Heavy-duty LP preservative is a blend of leather oils that gradually seep into the leather lubricating it continuously.


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It's easy to apply, works well, and has a great smell.
pennrj430
Obenauf's Heavy Duty LP 4oz - Preserves and Protects Leather - Made in USA is a fantastic product for protecting your boots.
marlon
I have a pair of Danner boots that I have had since 1992.
B. Derr

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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By James Baker on December 19, 2012
I picked up Obenauf's when my last type of oil ran out. The price was the same and as someone who does wildland fire fighting I had heard good things. The differences is incredible. Obenauf's feels much nicer on your skin then many other treatments and washes off very easily when your done. I have found that Obenauf's last much longer and does a better waterproofing then the synthetic stuff I had been using before. It also seems to take less to treat a pair of boots

One funny side effect of being made with bees wax, is that at first your boots will smell like honey. This quickly wears off, but I wouldn't head into bear country until then.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kevin on May 22, 2013
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I purchased Obenauf's LP to winterize a new pair of Red Wing boots. I applied it to the unworn boots with a bit of heat and the LP went on easily and soaked in within 12 hours. Once dry, the color of the boots was almost exactly the same as prior to applying the LP. After one winter, the leather still looks brand new with very few scratches.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Andy C. on August 10, 2014
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This is a great leather heavy duty protector and conditioner but it comes with some minor problems. I also own and use Obenauf's leather oil and have a review of that as well. Basically, the HDLP is for heavy use such as for work and hiking boots while the leather oil is better for lighter duties such as dress boots.
I've been using these solely for my heavier boots and belts so I can't say much else for other leather products but I see a few problems with such use.

Application: This is a wax, so it has the consistency of a soft runny wax that will melt with body heat. I usually apply this stuff by hand and it works very well since it allows you to massage the wax into the leather. After application, it takes about a day to dry or a bit faster if left in a warm(not hot) place. After it's dry, use a rag to wipe off the excess and a Qtip to get into the nooks and crannies. I then use horsehair brush to buff off the excess. This will leave a dull sheen that can be polished if you want to. It works well but tends to leave an annoying sticky and waxy residue longer than other conditioners. It took almost a week for a pair of boots to dry before it wasn't sticky to the touch anymore. I don't know how people can use it for leather couches or anything you regularly touch.

The smell: Obernauf's formula is obviously made from a base of bees wax and other proprietary leather conditioning oils(often animal products but may occasionally be saps or plant based) so there is a smell. A pretty a strong smell. It's not unpleasant and smells like honey but it actually remains around for some time. I waxed my Red Wing work boots about 3-4months ago and it still smells of honey when I lace them up.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Chaca on July 29, 2013
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My apartment now smells like this stuff and I love it. It protects great and goes on smooth. This has kept my Wolverines nice and polished.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Drew on February 18, 2013
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It works, it's well-priced, smells like honey, and it's an American product. I use this on my leather shoes a few times a year to keep them soft and semi-weatherproof. A little goes a long way and, like I said, the smell just makes the whole experience pleasant.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rick N. on March 7, 2014
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I own a pair of Red Wing boots that I paid almost $300 for and I have been looking for the right product to protect them from the elements. I tried some garbage made by Timberland called Waximum leather protector and it was useless. All it did was leave an ugly waxy residue on the leather. I then tried mink oil, which I came to learn was very popular for leather boots, but was not quite satisfied. It protected better than the Timberland stuff but still left a bit of a waxy residue even after trying to use heat to get it to penetrate better. It was decent, but I knew there had to be something better out there. That's when I found this gem from Obenauf's. When I read that this product was developed for firefighters to use on their wildland boots to keep them protected and help them last as long as possible I figured this stuff had to be pretty good. Well...yeah...pretty good is a big understatement. I don't think there is anything on the market that can compete with this product. After cleaning my boots with some saddle soap and applying a generous coat of Obenauf's LP my boots look absolutely amazing. It didn't even really darken the leather that much. After applying a little heat to help it soak in I can honestly say this is the best my boots have ever looked...even better than the day I bought them. It conditioned the leather beautifully while retaining the broken in look they have acquired over the year or so that I have had my boots. While I got this primarily for my leather boots, I will probably use this on other leather items I own as well. If you have anything made out of leather this product is sure to bring out the best in it. I can not recommend this enough for restoring, conditioning, and protecting your leather item.Read more ›
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By john adams on July 24, 2013
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you must be very careful not to use too much at once.
use multiple very light applications or the leather looses all its body.
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