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 Leather Honey Leather Conditioner

Leather Honey Leather Conditioner

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 Leather Honey™ is the premium leather conditioner. Since 1968, Leather Honey has been used to rejuvenate and recondition old leather, and to soften and protect new leather.

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FREE SHIPPING on all orders!!!! We accept PayPal, Visa, MC, money orders, cashier's checks. All sizes are shipped via USPS Priority Mail, except the Gallon, which is shipped via UPS. We are the #1 rated leather conditioner on Amazon. Please visit our site at leatherhoney.com for FAQ and more details!
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General Interest
Leather Honey™ is the premium leather conditioner. Since it was invented in 1968, Leather Honey has been used to rejuvenate and recondition old leather and soften and protect new leather. Made in the USA and sold by the same family for over 25 years as Harness Honey, our non-toxic, water repellent formula penetrates deep into leather's pores and prolongs the life of saddles and tack; boots, gloves, baseball mitts, and apparel; leather furniture and upholstery; and automobile and motorcycle seats and accessories. It softens, protects, and promotes flexibility, leaving your leather feeling and looking beautiful.

But don't just take our word for it: In 25 years, we haven't received a single complaint. Please enjoy this small sample of unsolicited testimonials from decades of happy customers:

Just wanted to let you know that after using your Honey, in my opinion there is nothing on the market today that will compare to what it does to condition leather. Believe me, I have tried them all. I will pass on the good word about this super leather conditioner.

—Kim Estes, Greenfield, MA

...I just can't believe how great this stuff really is. We have a den with a leather Chesterfield sofa, love seat, and wingback chair with ottoman. After sixteen years this aniline dyed leather had become chalky (powdery looking) in the most worn areas with white cracks throughout...I didn't know that the leather was just craving a drink of Honey!

—Many thanks, J.H