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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Nov. 20, 2008


    OP-if you can, try working the Lederbalsam in with your bare hands. The warmth of your hands will help the conditioner penetrate into the leather. I would then leave it on overnight and wipe it off in the morning.

    If the leather really needs it, sometimes I will then do a second conditioning.

    It's funny, I actually prefer the Passier Lederbalsam because the leather feels more supple to me than the Effax. I really think it is a personal thing, though.

  2. #22
    Join Date
    Jul. 22, 2007


    As a conditioner, I really like the Tad Coffin conditioner. I picked it up at Dover, and it makes the leather soooo nice and soft! Smells great, too.
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