Leather Conditioner Application: Step by Step
- Protect the surrounding area. While Leather Honey won’t damage hardwood floors or tables, it may be difficult to remove from carpet. It’s best to condition your item on a bed of newspaper or cardboard.
- Test the Leather Honey in a discreet area of your item first.
- Using a lint-free cloth, dense foam sponge, paintbrush or even a make-up sponge for small items, apply Leather Honey in thin, even coats. A little goes a long way, and less is more – two thin coats are better than one thick coat. Work in small areas until you’ve completely covered the entire item, avoiding portions that aren’t leather, such as zippers, rubber shoe soles, and cloth.
- Allow the Leather Honey to dry and absorb completely. Depending on your application and climate, this could take two hours or up to a full day.
- Wipe off any excess with a lint-free cloth.