|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.1 x 2.4 x 1.6 inches|
|Item model number||CC-08QCT6|
|Manufacturer Part Number||CC-08QCT18|
Leather CPR CC-08QCT6 Leather Cleaner & Conditioner 8 Oz
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- "LEATHER CPR" CLEANER & CONDITIONER
- 8 Oz
- Cleans & conditions leather in 1 easy step use on furniture, car seats, jackets, purses, shoes & more
- Dermatologist tested
- Does not irritate skin prolongs the life of leather
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Top Customer Reviews
so i looked at all the pro saddle soaps, and the famous pecard's...all paste/cream types that would not soak through...it is arguable, but the problem i found with the most referred product, pecard's, was that it had petroleum product in it, which over time is said to weaken threads
neatsfoot is often recommended, but also is said to weaken thread
this left all the saddle soaps out there...all good i'm sure...i ended up choosing leather cpr, despite a name that did NOT suggest a professional grade product (more a convenience product for housewives and househusbands...nothing wrong with housewives/husbands, just folks looking more for convenience over technical qualities).
all the saddle soaps had to be left on, then buffed after drying...leather cpr stated it had to be applied, and then almost immediately could be buffed/polished
the truth was better than that, i was able to apply leather cpr to some very fine collectible jackets, some not needing much, some really dried out, and not having to buff...you do have to work the paste/cream in, and it might lather a bit as it's working in, but you don't seem to have to buff it
aside from not soaking through to the liner, the product seemed to outperform lexol in that the leather looked more natural, rather than the slightly artificial look lexol seemed to give the leather (nice, but kind of like tire black applied to a tire...Read more ›
Its clean, appropriate for all colors, including white (do not put Lexol on light colors!) its non-toxic so you can rub it on with your hands, it conditions wonderfully, without a strange greasy or slick feel. I recently tested products on a black leather jacket with dry, faded arms. Leather CPR won hands-down for restoring the black color and the natural smooth feel.
Gliptone is my 2nd favorite leather conditioner, it smells amazing - but I only use Gliptone on darker bags and its more expensive - I wish it were found locally.
Lexol has its place, for sure - for darker colors with seriously dried out fibers (old luggage handles for example) but its oily, so you have to be really careful where you put it, and Lexol does darken leather permanently (because its basically oil) and Lexol smells awful!!
Overall, Leather CPR is my absolute first choice for the overall versatility, low cost, wonderful results and ease of purchasing!
Highly recommend it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good leather conditioner that I bought to use for my car's seats but have since used on almost everything. It seems to make leather somehow feel denser and more hydrated. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sunny D
It ruined my expensive genuine leather couch!!!! My couch had a nice shine and now looks dull!!!!! I'm about to cry!!!!!!!!Published 13 months ago by Fabiola
This used to come in a tub but this is actually easier to use. I use a cosmetic sponge to apply onto my leather club chair and it freshens it up right away.Published on April 17, 2014 by Lee T.
Bought this for my girlfriend for her brand new boots. She loves it and uses it whenever she needs to.Published on January 23, 2014 by Alaz
Great product. Cleans and makes leather supple. Gave the old recliner a new life. Works well. I would recommend it.Published on December 4, 2013 by Andrea L. Mcgrew
if you love your leather products you MUST buy this. it really helped the cat scratches on my $6k sofa. Read morePublished on November 20, 2013 by julie
I'm an avid motorcyclist and have many leather jackets and several pairs of gloves and boots. For a couple of years I tried many different combinations of conditioners in an effort... Read morePublished on October 20, 2013 by Desperado
my hubby got this for his base ball glove i think. Havent used it yet. will come back when i have.Published on September 8, 2013 by Percilla - ALOADOFF