A severe winter is all to common in our northern climes, and this last season has been a doozy. Boots and other footwear may bear the brunt of the salt, sand and slush, but leather purses, briefcases and bags are also challenged by the icy wet and the chemicals used to keep streets and sidewalks clear.Regular conditioning treatments with Leather Honey will keep this attractive handbag working with its owner for years to come.
Take advantage of summer’s warmth and give your car’s leather upholstery a thorough cleaning and conditioning. If you are captain of your own boat, add the watery spray of the wakes and waves, sunscreen and other consequences of a happy day on the lake or river--gasoline and motor oil, bait and fish residue, beach sand and tar, and scrapes and scuffs from water toys and sporting equipment. Try Saddle Soap Plus from Bickmore or a tin of Moneysworth & Best’s basic saddle soap. Another option is Woly Natura Lemon Cleaner, a plant-derived solution that is gentle on your leathers and your skin--it has been tested by dermatologists. Using these products is so straight forward and simple you may find yourself looking forward to regular sessions, keeping your leather upholstery clean and conditioned at all times, resulting in a longer life for your valued boat or car.