|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||10FPR106|
|Manufacturer Part Number||10FPR106|
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Bickmore Bick 4 Leather Conditioner - Best Since 1882 - Cleaner & Conditioner - Restore Polish & Protect All Smooth Finished Leathers
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- PREMIUM LEATHER CONDITIONER SINCE 1882: Bickmore Bick 4 Leather Conditioner cleans, polishes, and protects all types of leather products such as boots, shoes, jackets, purses, handbags, furniture & upholstery, car interiors, motorcycle seats, equestrian equipment such as saddles and tack, any exotic leather products, and more. Our time tested formula is proven to extend the life of all your most precious leather products.
- WILL NOT DARKEN YOUR LEATHER: Unlike most leather conditioners, Bick 4 Leather Conditioner will NOT darken your leather. It’s perfect for restoring old, worn leathers to their original shine, and keeping your new leather products in the same shade that you bought them. Ideal for keeping all smooth and finished leather soft without compromising breathability.
- COMPLETELY WAX FREE: Unlike other brands, Bick 4 is a completely wax-free product. This ensures that the leather pores will not seal up, keeping your leather soft and able to breathe. It will not leave any trace of sticky or gummy residue.
- SIMPLE ONE STEP APPLICATION PROCESS: Our formula is easy to apply and conditions your favorite leathers with ease. Bickmore Bick 4 is your all-in-one complete leather care product.
- MADE IN THE USA: Bickmore is proud to produce all Bick 4 Leather Conditioner in the United States of America.
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Bickmore Bick 4 Leather Conditioner is specially formulated to condition, clean, polish, and preserve all smooth finished leather. Bick 4 is ideal for reconditioning old or dry leather, as well as maintaining softness, breathability and shine of new leather. Our formula will not darken finished leathers or leave unwanted residue behind on any leather products. Try Bick 4 on leather boots, shoes, jackets, purses, handbags, furniture & upholstery, car interiors, motorcycle seats, equestrian equipment, such as saddles and tack, any exotic leather products, and more.
Shake well before using. Always test on a small, hidden spot before using. If your leather is very dirty make sure to first clean with Bickmore Bick 1 Leather Cleaner. Once clean, apply Bick 4 Leather Conditioner liberally with a soft cloth, let dry, and buff. Repeat as necessary. Do not use on suede, roughout, distressed, or napped leathers.
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Bickmore is proud to produce all Bickmore Bick 4 Leather Conditioner in the United States of America.
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Bick 4: I'm pretty sure this stuff is what North Beach Leather used to sell under their own name. It is a lanolin/oil lotion that really works. I use it bare handed, and my skin feels soft and good afterwards. It doesn't darken leather, and it cleans as it works if I wipe it up before it is all soaked in. I've used it on my wife's old Chanel purse, an Armani jacket, and some Coach gloves. In every case, it did exactly what I wanted, making the leather softer, more suppler, and feel great. It is easy to wipe Bick 4 off of areas it is unwanted, like plastic or metal.
Leather Honey: Leather Honey has a unique effect, making leather somehow feel denser and more hydrated. It is hard to explain, but it is very different than the effect of more lotion-like products, and I've tried a lot of them. On my favorite ten-year-old leather jacket from North Beach Leather, Leather Honey soaked in quickly in certain spots, and I added some more. After two hours, there was nothing to wipe away. The already heavy jacket feels heavier, better, and the results have proven to hold up and add more rain resistance. A new black leather feels more supple. A pair of black Ferragamos appear less abraded at the toe. Brown Sebago deck shoes certainly got more supple and soaked in a lot. The color darkened.
That brings me to the three small caveats: 1) Leather Honey is not a cleaner. Since it isn't water-based like lotion products, dirt stays. For example, on the Sebagos, an area that was a bit dirty was just the same, but the leather under it was clearly treated. 2) Leather Honey doesn't evaporate on plastics and rubbers, nor does it wipe off that easily. A day after treating the Sebagos, the soles still had Leather Honey on them, now somewhat sticky. Obviously I should have done a better job of wiping. 3) Leather honey can and will darken some light leathers.
Which one should you use?
I use Bick 4 for thinner leathers, or ones for which darkening would be a problem, or if I'm trying to clean and condition in one step. If the words that come to mind with the leather you're treating are "soft," "buttery," or "thin," then use Bick 4. Its effect won't last as long as Leather Honey's, but it works, and it works beautifully, doing just what you want a leather conditioner to do.
I use Leather Honey for thick leathers that I want to feel more like high quality leather. Think cow hide over lamb skin. I make sure the leather is clean, and use Leather Honey if water resistance is important. I use Leather Honey if the leather is really bad, because it does more than the Bick 4. I use it when some darkening wouldn't be a problem. Leather Honey makes all leather more, er, leathery, and I mean that in a good way.
When I applied this solution, I was pretty skeptical because it looks like hair conditioner, but it is amazing. I bought one for my dad. The picture speaks for itself. (After on the left. Before on the right.)
I've giving it only 4 stars because of its smell. At first application, the leather will smell a little acidic, almost vinegary (I can't stand the smell of vinegar). My solution was to put the backpack on a hanger on the shower rod, open the window wide and close the door. Luckily, it was a cold day, so the fresh air dried the bag and got rid of the smell in a couple of hours.
Bick 4 was easy to use. I used a soft, cotton rag (from an old bed sheet), dusted my boots off completely, applied a dab of Bick 4 to the rag and started working it into the boot in a circular motion. I didn't have a buffer, so after I applied conditioner to both boots (a few times because they were so dry), I took another dry, soft rag and went over the boot again in a circular motion. Let me just say, not only did Bick 4 condition my boots, it also seemed to wipe away the scuff marks. (I'm guessing the scuffs were due to the dryness of the leather.) My boots look and feel amazing now. I was worried about coloration and while my boots appear a bit darker, the color is even and I'm certain it's their natural state rejuvenated. I am thrilled with this product and will continue to trust it on my finest leathers!
I used it on a brand new $200.00 leather blazer and besides darkening it to a nice, dark chocolate I'm protected from light showers.