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Yes it is ok for all leather products, but it does not water proof. Water resistance is good. So it would keep damp grass and puddle splashes out of your boot but not a stream.
By pauline on 20 January 2015
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Hi Cem, yes you can. This is really good stuff. As it is a completely natural product containing beeswax and jojoba oil it does a great job. I use it on my waxed boots all the time. It cleans, protects, preserves and I also use it on my waxed leather (second hand) jacket. You will not be disappointed. Ken.
By Mr. K. J. Stratford on 07 December 2016
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I will nourish and sink in to your leather. It is a see through cream. It will initially give a shine to it which can be buffed and bring out your leathers' beauty.
If it is Mat as in dry then it might make it a bit smoother and nourished. Just like our skin. I hope that helps.
I have never regret applying it on leather.

By amazon lover on 08 March 2017
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I have used it with no issues.
By J D on 18 April 2017
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Hello
Thank you for your enquiry.
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Hello
Thank you for your enquiry.

It will depend on the 'finish' of the leather. If it is finished/treated (smooth) then our products will generally be suitable. Alternatively if it is 'unfinished', like a suede, nubuck or fully aniline leather then unfortunately our products would not be suitable.

I have also noticed that some buffalo bags can be 'distressed', Renapur is not suitable for this type of leather either.
Saffiano leather tends to be purposefully made to be durable and easy to clean, the handbag that I have actually only requires to be wiped with a damp cloth and would not require a Leather treatment.
I hope this information is of help
Kind regards
Lynne
Renapur Ltd

It is very difficult to offer advice without seeing the item as there are so many different types of leather therefore we always recommend to spot test on an inconspicuous area first. see less

By Renapur Ltd SELLER on 16 June 2016
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As long as it's leather then it will be fine.. It's an amazing product that nourishes and feeds the leather and enriches it without changing the colour. I'd say apply the balsam, let it soak in then buff with a clean dry cloth so no residue is left. This way you can be sure it won't transfer to clothes..
By Sally Ann Bradshaw on 05 January 2016
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Just follow the instructions. I use it sparingly then leave it overnight to dry as a high gloss.
By Robin Blake on 03 January 2016
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It depends on how you want your boots to look. If you want restored colour and a shine, then you need some proper shoe polish. Renapur Leather Balsam will take away the "dryness" of the leather, making it more supple and can be rubbed to give a shine. If in doubt, try Renapur on a part of the boot such as the "tongu… see more It depends on how you want your boots to look. If you want restored colour and a shine, then you need some proper shoe polish. Renapur Leather Balsam will take away the "dryness" of the leather, making it more supple and can be rubbed to give a shine. If in doubt, try Renapur on a part of the boot such as the "tongue" under the laces or the back of the heel and see how it looks. see less
By Peter Kemp on 17 June 2015
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This stuff is mainly for maintaining moisture and shine, and cleaning debris. The same range by renapur has a leather cleanser I'd use that.
By ColinGeorge on 03 January 2017