- Beesbutter is handmade in the US and is for genuine leather goods. While it won't damage polyurethane or faux leather, these alternative leather products derived from plastic will not allow Beesbutter to absorb and do not require conditioning products anyway.
- Will soften and darken leather after application.
- Not for use on suede.
- Beesbutter will impart water resistance to your leather adding further protection from the elements.
- Spot test Beesbutter on a small patch of the leather.
- Using a cloth, sponge, or by hand (recommended), apply a thin layer of Beesbutter to the leather.
- Beesbutter should be mostly dry to the touch within 20 minutes. Wipe off any excess.
- Apply every 6 months or more often if needed.
* Please note, Beesbutter is designed to soak into leather and be dry to the touch soon after application. A small amount will go a long way. It will not absorb in the following conditions: 1) It is applied to faux leather or PU leather 2) The leather has a sealer/coating preventing absorption 3) The leather has been saturated if an excessive amount of Beesbutter was applied or other oils have already saturated the leather preventing absorption.
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