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Obenauf's Leather Oil 16oz. - Restores Dry Leather - Made in the US

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  • Repels water better & longer
  • Resist cracking, scuffing and dry rot
  • Restore dry leather fibers
  • Odor-less after applied
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Obenauf's Leather Oil 16oz. - Restores Dry Leather - Made in the US + Obenauf's LP Boot Preservative 8 oz - Preserves and Protects Leather - Made in the US + Fiebing Saddle Soap Yellow 12oz
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Technical Details
BrandObenauf's
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions3 x 3 x 5 inches
Item model number1004
Manufacturer Part Number1004
  
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ASINB003EAW57E
Best Sellers Rank #1,659 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMarch 27, 2010
  
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Obenauf's Leather Oil 16oz. - Restores Dry Leather - Made in the US

Obenauf's 100% Natural LP Boot Oil has a blend of natural oils with propolis (tree resins) that goes completely into the leather to protect as well as preserve. Use instead of Neatsfoot, to reduce darkening and to avoid stretching. It repels water, resists cracking and dry rot.

Customer Reviews

It looks brand new now.
D. Rich
I have used this product for years and it is amazing in its ability to restore dried out leather boots, belts, bags and jackets to like new quality.
C. Snyder
It smells similar to lanolin which is pungent and chemical like.
Andy C.

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By C. Snyder on September 16, 2010
I have used this product for years and it is amazing in its ability to restore dried out leather boots, belts, bags and jackets to like new quality. It makes stiff new leather soft and richer looking. It does make the leather darker, but that is the nature of oil. It is all natural, does not smell and is easy to use. The treated item will usually get lighter again in a few days. I restored a dried out pair of Ecco nubuck shoes and after a few days they look like nubuck again, but without the dried out scratched up look they had before. A vintage Schott motorcycle jacket became soft and pliable again. I always keep a couple of pints around to apply to my jackets, gloves and boots/shoes every winter, even the wife's Coach purses. It also works to restore some sun faded leather club chairs we have that sit in front of a window. I have even stopped polishing some shoes, just add another coat of Obenauf's oil!
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By RAM on November 28, 2010
I've been a fan of Bick 4 leather conditioner and have been its champion for years. I've applied it to anything that is leather (briefcases, bags (messenger, laptop), jackets, pipe bags, leather tobacco pouches, etc.). I also have a few boots (and "regular" shoes) and that is where it is mostly applied to. I recently ran out of Bick 4 which forced me to hit my local store. Just my luck, they ran out of it. The sales clerk suggested I use Obenauf's Heavy Duty LP and Leather Oil. He explained to me how the product worked. I was extremely apprehensive about this product at first. It did cost a little bit more than the Bick 4. However, I took a gamble and purchased both products. After carefully following the instructions, I applied both LP and Leather Oil to all my boots, jackets and leather bags and brief cases. I was amazed with the result. I could really see and feel the difference. Unlike Bick 4, Obenauf's not only conditions the leather, it also repels water. It even removed the scuff marks that were on my briefcase. It may have cost me a pretty penny for both, but it was worth it. THIS STUFF REALLY WORKS! A word of caution though, it did make the colors on some of my shoes and other leather items darker. Bick 4 has served me well over the years. However, it's time to move over and say hello to my new friend - OBENAUF'S.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By LemurTech on October 16, 2013
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My Wilson double-collar bomber jacket--a $25 find-of-the-decade from the local second-hand store--is like no other jacket I have ever worn. The dark brown leather is soft and supple, to be sure, but it's the design that makes this jacket irreplaceable: the inner collar that zips up the neck; the double-button cuffs; the durable brass hardware; the ventilated back panel that is cool for late spring, summer evenings, and early fall; and the zip-in liner that has kept me warm for three Northwest winters. It would be heartbreaking to lose it or see it damaged in some way.

So after a few years of wear out in the elements, the rich brown was starting to fade and dry, and I knew I needed to do something. I tried a little Lexol on the back panel. Meh... Darker and more supple, but also a bit "muddy-looking". Enter Obenauf's Leather Oil. I didn't really know what to expect, and I was a little terrified. I mean, I knew from all my reading that it would darken the leather, but I didn't have much insight into the process.

I gently wiped the oil on, section by section, using the funny little sponge applicator attached to the lid. I spread and massaged the oil in with my bare hands. It wasn't looking that great. I waited a day and decided that I might as well go for broke; perhaps another light coat would improve things. Afterwards, the jacket just seemed heavy and dark, with an almost oily matte sheen to it. Had I ruined it? Was this leather (calfskin, maybe?) too soft to be using this product? I nervously resolved to hang the jacket in a warm area of the house for a week; if it didn't improve, I would attempt to machine-wash the ugly oil out using a technique I had found on YouTube.

But Lo! It *did* improve!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Walt Scott on February 20, 2012
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I have a wonderful 1950s horsehide Buco motorcycle jacket I've hung onto for years without wearing. It had become literally as stiff as a board. My son had gotten a bike and I wanted to hand this down to him, but first I wanted to soften it enough to at least put on. I had read about Obenauf's and decided to give it a try. It is an oily/waxy mixture with a faintly animal smell (lanolin?). The cap has an applicator under it that one uses to just rub it on. That's it. The leather almost immediately looked better and felt softer. I applied it twice from the "shiny" side with great result (I could get it on!) and plan to now turn the jacket inside-out for an application from the rough side to complete the job. I expect the 16 oz bottle to be about empty when I've restored this one old jacket, so if you're doing a car interior or old sofa, you'll need a lot of it. It soaks in completely and does not appear to rub off on the hands or clothes afterwards, which is nice. For a good result restoring old, dry leather fast, I could not have expected any better performance than I got from Obenauf's.
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