There are so many things that finding the best leather conditioner for sale can do. Not only can you treat your new boots or leather jacket, you can also bring older pieces back to life. We researched some of the best brands and top sellers to help you figure out which one is right for you. Before we get to our leather conditioner reviews, let’s look at some of the key features you should know before you shop.
Non-Toxic: Whether you’re looking for the best leather couch conditioner or one for your boots, jacket, or purse, it’s going to be close to your skin. That’s why it’s so important to use a conditioner that’s non-toxic.
Type: There are a few different types of conditioner, including oil, wax, spray, and cream. They all do the same thing; the difference is in how you apply them. Go with whatever one you prefer to use.
Made In: Not only are all of our top picks made in the USA, some of them have been made there for a long time. Get this. One is 150 years old and another one’s been around since 1882.
UV Protection: If you’re going to be using your conditioner on something that will be in direct sunlight for extended periods of time, UV protection is a good idea. It will help keep your leather from drying out and fading.
Size: Keep in mind the type of conditioner you’re looking at when you consider the size. You will likely use more oil for a treatment than you would a wax. Just because one has more doesn’t mean it will last longer.
Multiple Surface: All of these products can be used on various surfaces: car upholstery, jackets, boots, furniture. Some of these can be used on artificial materials, too. Double check whether or not the conditioner you choose can be used on suede.
Now that you know the key features to look for, let’s move into the next part of our leather conditioner buying guide. If you don’t have a lot of time, check out our top and budget picks first. They’re the first 2 entries on our list and will give you a good idea of the range that’s out there. All of these products are unique, though, so stick around to the end if you can. Alright, let’s get right to it.
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019