|Manufacturer||Chamberlain's Leather Milk|
|Brand||Chamberlain's Leather Milk|
|Item Weight||7.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.25 x 1.75 x 5.75 inches|
|Item model number||13|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||610395150787|
Leather Milk Conditioner and Cleaner for Furniture, Cars, Purses and Handbags. All-Natural, Non-Toxic Conditioner Made in the USA. Leather Care Liniment No. 1. 2 Sizes. Includes Premium Applicator Pad
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- RESTORE YOUR LEATHER TO LIKE NEW CONDITION - Chamberlain's Leather Milk all-natural Leather Care Liniment deep conditions, cleans, and restores what your leather needs to stay healthy.
- FIX DRY, DULL, SCRATCHED LEATHER - Is your leather looking a bit used and abused? Fix that wear and tear with the best deep conditioner treatment on the market. Leather Milk has the perfect consistency, and applies effortlessly. Does NOT make your leather look greasy or feel sticky like some products.
- ALL-NATURAL, CHEMICAL-FREE, AMAZING FRAGRANCE - Many conditioners use unnatural chemicals that leave an unpleasant smell and a sticky or greasy feel. Avoid chemicals at all costs as they will dry out your leather over time. Our formulas contain vital oils that nourish and strengthen leather.
- ONLY LEATHER CARE RECIPE TRUSTED BY SADDLEBACK LEATHER COMPANY - Tested on millions of leather items over the years. Saddleback makes some of the best looking, highest-quality leather goods on the market. Each and every Saddleback Leather product is conditioned with Leather Milk before shipping to customers.
- INCLUDES FREE REUSABLE PREMIUM APPLICATOR PAD - A little goes a long way. We supply you with our Premium Applicator Pad because we've found it to be the best applicator for leather goods, and it's reAmericable so it cuts down on environmental waste.
Leather Care Liniment No. 1
Leather Care Liniment uses a light emulsion of oils and water to gently condition leather. Of all Leather Milks recipes, this is the ideal conditioner for leather of more natural qualities, lighter hues, and unfinished leather, due to its gentle yet highly enriching effects. In fact, Liniments versatility is immediately disarming, adapting with ease to beautify and enrich nearly any kind of leather, from full grain and vegetable-tanned to exotic crocodile and deerskin. This is a true Jack-of-All-Trades. If youve got leather, Liniments got you covered.
Optimize Leather Cleaning & Conditioning
Rich and pleasantly scented, Formula No. 1 will keep your leather healthy, supple and soft for decades to come. This recipe may be used as often as desired to clean, condition and refresh leather items such as bags, shoes, boots, luggage, purses, saddle/tack and leather apparel.
Brewed to perfection with all-natural ingredients and an optimal pH-balanced recipe, our leather conditioners and cleaners stand out from the crowd. As you condition and clean, the recipes will tease your nose with subtle sensations. These robust scents last only as long as the conditioner takes to absorb, and will not affect your leathers natural scents. Leather Milk Conditioners and Cleaners are earth conscious and made with cosmetic grade ingredients completely natural and safe for human skin.
The cream texture designed for easy application and maximum absorption, will melt into your leather products as easily as butter on hot bread. Enrich your leathers color and give it the soft, supple texture it deserves. As Leather Milk absorbs and conditions, it will strengthen the fibers of your leather, making it grow stronger, and live longer.
Is Leather Liniment No. 1 right for my leather?
Leather Care Liniment is ideal for natural and cowhide leather, although its versatile qualities give it competence on a wide range of leather types. This recipe is particularly suited for conditioning lighter colored and unfinished leathers like aniline and semi-aniline leather, due to its gentler nature. This Leather Milk recipe can be used safely on most any type of leather, but remember to test it first. Leather Care Liniment should not be treated as a deep cleaner. This means that any stain below the leathers surface (or any stain that has had time to set) will probably not come out with this recipe.
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Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2022
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When I first started using it, I was somewhat doubtful. I have some very light colored leather products, and I was somewhat anxious about them getting stained a darker shade. Nevertheless, I took a chance, and put copious amounts of this magic liquid all over my light colored leathers (Tobacco Brown from Saddleback if anyone's curious). I figured that if I could get an even coating all around, I'd be 'ok' with it being a little darker. maybe.
EDIT: Please do note that your lighter colored leathers may still darken regardless as they age, either from frequency of use (and the oils in your skin), or just being brought out in the sun! This patina is normally sought after!
Obviously while wet, the leather did look darker, and makes it a little easier to spot the places that you haven't applied the liniment to. Use the darkness. Let it be your guide. If you are like me, you want to get the stuff into those little folds too. You might spend a little time caressing the bag, smelling this lovely liniment as its being applied to the bag. Sometimes, you might even... place a light kiss or two on the bag. maybe.
Anyway, no worries if you get the stuff on your lips, this potion is ALL NATURAL. Drink it mixed in with your whiskey, I did. maybe. By the way, the darkened parts of the leather returned to their original coloring within an hour or so (I sneakily compared it to some spots that I missed... or did I miss them? Is 'sneakily' even a word?). Give it a bit of time to get adjusted. The bag is all confused as to whats going on, the liniment is all like, 'Where am I?" be patient with them. Let them work their magic on each other at their own pace.
I also used this on other branded products. One example: My wife loves "Hermes" leather goods. Yeah. One bag is like 800 of my Saddleback bags, and she tells me that I have too many bags. Go figure. Anyway, one day I was messing around with her stuff... maybe. And... oops! Something 'may' have scratched it. I mean, I 'found' a scratch on it. Slightly desperate, I grabbed my Chamberlain's and dabbed it on. 20 minutes later, no marks. Couldn't even find the original scratch (and I tried - there was just too much riding on the line!)! When it dried, it was completely smooth. No splotches, no marks. I didn't even apply a smooth and even layer all around (I was not sure what would happen to the leather, and wanted to 'mitigate damages' as it is sometimes called). Saved my @$$ is what it did. Now, I couldn't say that it would 'heal' deep scratches. But for those minor everyday scratches, you might be surprised! Chamberlain's Leather Milk Liniment No. 1 is basically my 'go to' conditioner whenever I have a leather question. And it tastes great with whiskey! maybe.
For those of you who hate it, I'm sorry for you. I hope you can find something you love. I love this liniment merely for the above sited example, and I plan on staying with Chamberlain's Leather Milk for my leather care until my kids inherit my stuff. Then, I'm going to tell them to go with it as well. Yeah, from beyond the grave. My kids are going to go to some fortune telling oracle or something, ask if there is any bit of wisdom that 'dad' wants to tell them, and the oracle is going to say, "He says to use Chamberlain's Leather Milk Liniments on his leather." It will be that creepy.
Finally, I trust it. No maybe's about it.
For those of you who think I might be affiliated with this company in some way, would I really mention the brand of bags that my wife prefers if I were? Probably not. And I'm pretty sure that Leather Milk representatives would not tell you to drink the stuff either (with your whiskey - though they might tell you to do it with your morning coffee...) maybe.
So, thanks for reading my review. Hope it was helpful. Hope that if you ever come across a situation like mine, you'll know where to look!
EDIT: By the way, there are great videos on the internet on how to apply the stuff, and what it will look like after. Just search the product name, and I'm sure you'll be able to find your way around! Good luck!
I also tried this on some Ugg boots I wear a lot in the winter. They are black nubuck so technically I don't think this is the right product to use overall for nubuck- however these are well worn black boots and I didn't mind them getting a little darker. The liniment went on easily and the boots soaked up all the good stuff easily. The nubuck looks brand new again. I have a new laptop bag of very fine smooth leather which will eventually need conditioning. While it might darken the leather, I'm sure this product will keep it beautiful for a lifetime.
I'm so happy with this stuff I'm going to check out their other products- like water proofing treatment. It looks like they started as a saddle bag company and developed their own treatment with good ingredients that are healthy for humans and the environment.
I have to appreciate the humor of the last note on the instructions on the back of the bottle- " to help stimulate our ailing economy, buy and use more than you need". You can't use too much of this, your leather will love it, and I'd be happy to buy more from this independent company.
- Update: I just used this product on my partner's gnarly Chippewa boots. If you're not familiar with these boots they are monster slip on work boots with steel toes. He put them on without treating them with anything and proceeded to chew up the front toes and drop all kinds of oil, dirt and junk on them. They were so dirty that I had to saddle soap them first but then after letting them dry the liniment product went on easily and the leather just soaked it up like a sponge. Again- the leather became darker but with all the little oil stains already on the boots, the product evened out the tone of the leather and left it looking beautiful. Not much can be done about the frayed leather on the steel toes, but this treatment will preserve the leather better than anything I've found. I'll put a coat of mink oil on these and water proof them, but the leather milk really brought the life and health back to this leather ! Still a big fan :-)
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 19, 2022
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I used about a 1/2 of the bottle cleaning a couple of leather bags and a leather jacket I hadn't worn for a while. It didn't take as long as I thought.
One of the reasons i purchased this product was that it contained natural ingredients and didn't use any chemicals. I also read plenty of enthusiastic reviews on Amazon in America where people seem to go mad for it.
The smell was a complete shock - It smelled just like marzipan.
I would suggest being careful when you pour it from the bottle as it does come out quite quick. i found it best to pour a little onto the pad before rubbing it in.
But the results were really impressive. both bags and jacket now feel much softer and more supple. Some f the cracked bits seem to have disappeared too. I was not expecting so much dirt would come out of the leather either - which only goes to show I should have been cleaning them a bit more often!
I really recommend Leather Milk. Great product.
After applying the lotion, the colour & finish of my jacket changed significantly & the look / feel is really terrible.
My expensive Leather Jacket is almost ruined.
Please be careful before you use this product. Please make sure it is the right product for your Jacket.
It might be a very good product (that's what the other reviews say) but if it is not the right product for your jacket (or any other leather object), it can cause a lot of damage.