Used after the leather is cleaned with Lexol pH (sold separately) as the 2nd step of two-step leather care process. Renews and restores the oils originally used in the tanning process. Maintains the strength, beauty, utility and flexibility of leather – old and new. Smaller sized oil droplets combine with the leather fibers. Does not contain any chemical solvents. Non-flammable, odorless, non-toxic and non-sensitizing to the skin. Does not impart a greasy or tacky feel to the surface of the leather.
Directions: After cleaning the leather with Lexol pH, apply a small amount of Lexol leather conditioner on a clean, damp sponge or cloth and wipe on the leather surface. Old, dry leather will absorb conditioner much faster than newer leather. Repeat the process to condition the entire piece of leather. Let the conditioner soak in for 20 to 30 minutes. Then, rub down the leather with a dry towel. Multiple light coats are better than one heavy coat.
Refer to the product label for complete instructions.