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DIY Leather Cleaner & Conditioner: Simply mix up 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup white vinegar, and a couple of drops of your favorite essential oil in a clean empty spray bottle and lightly spray your leather surface. See how dry and cracked it is? *Before doing this, I recommend trying it in an inconspicuous place first...just to make sure it is safe for your leather.

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How To Make High Grade Natural Beeswax Leather Polish and Conditioner

How To Make High Grade Natural Beeswax Leather Polish and Conditioner by antagonizer

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How to Clean a Leather Couch

Your leather couch is dirty, but you don’t know how to clean it without affecting the material? Find out in this article how to do it correctly, step by step.

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How To Make High Grade Natural Beeswax Leather Polish and Conditioner

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Homemade Leather Cleaner and Conditioner

Homemade leather cleaner. 1 part white vinegar, 2 parts olive oil. Great homemade cleaner and conditioner for leather. Just mix well and spray on and then buff with a cotton cloth. Or put it directly on the cloth & then rub in. (Worked great on leather car seats)

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Learn how to make your very own homemade leather conditioner with a few simple ingredients and our step by step detailed guide!

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Homemade Leather Balm

DIY Projects, Homemade Body Product Recipes, Titanic Costumes, and Tasty Food | Homemade Leather Balm · Humblebee & Me

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Leather Honey Leather Conditioner, the Best Leather Conditioner Since 1968, 8 Oz Bottle. For Use on Leather Apparel, Furniture, Auto Interiors, Shoes, Bags and Accessories. Non-Toxic and Made in the USA!, 2016 Amazon Top Rated Car Care #AutomotivePartsandAccessories

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How to Remove Salt Stains from Leather Boots_  Needs: A Shoe Brush, Body Soap, A Spray Bottle, Vinegar, Hair Conditioner, Towel & Leather Boot Waterproofing Spray - src: http://www.11andchic.com/2013/03/how-to-remove-salt-stains-from-leather.html -  created via http://pinthemall.net

How to Remove Salt Stains from Leather Boots_ Needs: A Shoe Brush, Body Soap, A Spray Bottle, Vinegar, Hair Conditioner, Towel & Leather Boot Waterproofing Spray - src: http://www.11andchic.com/2013/03/how-to-remove-salt-stains-from-leather.html - created via http://pinthemall.net

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