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    Default The best leather product

    I was reading on Corbin's site how to care for their seats. It said to buy theirs of course but to not use petroleum or karosean based products. So I spent a couple hours on Google looking for the best. Came accross one from a biker/cowboy and he says this is best product. He's makes horse saddles and rides bikes and after reading his entire blog I ordered this product which is all natural. It was in my mailbox when I got home today so I gave it a try.

    All I can say is WOW. My Corbin seat has never looked like this even when I first got it.

    They have a motorcycle one but probably the same product in a different container

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    Wow! Shiny!


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    Best stuff I've ever seen. I have a heavy leather Joe Rocket jacket that is over 20 years old that I never took care of. I wear it for colder weather. Had lots of petina on it so very light grey almost white areas. Rubbed it in and let it soak and it looks like almost new after that many years

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    Nice.....thanks for doing the testing and confirming it works good........I just ordered the "Biker Combo" to try it out.

    My seat, jacket and boots could all use some love.

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    Maybe i'll give it a whirl. I have the Corbin cream but always looking for better products. Thanks!

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    Try this too guys....used it on all my track gear....help return the leather back after all the asphalt damage. Cheap too....especially for the US guys...

    https://www.amazon.ca/Fiebing-Compan...%2C163&sr=8-22

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    thanks for the tip, Ordered this after reading your review, love it. I hate the applicator though, gets that weird hair on everything. I ended up just using a rag instead. Any trick for the waterproofing paste, it's hard as a rock. Not sure how much I'm supposed to apply , I'll probably run the tub under some hot water to soften it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho1000R View Post
    thanks for the tip, Ordered this after reading your review, love it. I hate the applicator though, gets that weird hair on everything. I ended up just using a rag instead. Any trick for the waterproofing paste, it's hard as a rock. Not sure how much I'm supposed to apply , I'll probably run the tub under some hot water to soften it up.

    I didn't get the 2 part kit with the applicator. Just ordered the leather cream and used microfiber cloth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingCircus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho1000R View Post
    thanks for the tip, Ordered this after reading your review, love it. I hate the applicator though, gets that weird hair on everything. I ended up just using a rag instead. Any trick for the waterproofing paste, it's hard as a rock. Not sure how much I'm supposed to apply , I'll probably run the tub under some hot water to soften it up.

    I didn't get the 2 part kit with the applicator. Just ordered the leather cream and used microfiber cloth.
    Yeh I ended up just using a cloth as well



    Yeh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho1000R View Post
    Yeh I ended up just using a cloth as well



    Yeh
    Did it work well for you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingCircus View Post
    Did it work well for you?
    Yup, I like it better than the corbin brand paste.

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