|Like a fine face cream, Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil seeps into the skin and hydrates!|
For 30 years Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil has been used by museums, collectors, decorators, and auto enthusiasts all over the world to maintain valuable leather. It is known world wide for its ability to soften and restore even cardboard hard leather back to useful condition. A complex blend of proteins and collagens, with absolutely no oil fillers of any kind. It is totally unlike any other leather product. It will not stain or discolor leather and is perfectly safe even for equestrian use.
Simply massage generously into the leather with your hands, brush, sponge, or spray bottle, and let it be absorbed into the fibers. Its’ unique capillary action forces proteins into the leather and dirt out! Leather will be glove-soft, luxuriously supple, and strong! Prevents cracking, drying, and tearing.
A good ladies face cream actually shares many ingredients with Rejuvenator Oil, including collagen. The face creams work on a process that allows nutrients to seep down into the layers of the skin and help them hydrate (retain moisture), plump the new skin cells, and restore elasticity.
Although it was named Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil by the company's founding fathers, Ty Peck and George
It does not harm carpeting or headliners
and will also soften rubber door trim and vinyl. Repeated applications, with sufficient permeation time are required for cardboard hard, neglected leather. The enriching formula, once embedded in the leather fibers, continues to condition for several months.
|it actually contains no oil fillers such as mineral or
petroleum oil. The formula is based on a
natural old Swedish Secret and is a complex blend of proteins and collagen
that actually restore the tensile strength to the leather, not just sit on
top and make it slick and greasy.
involving the silicon based and sealer type family of
products, including wax.
These products do nothing but cause a seal on your
leather, vinyl, and rubber, which may provide an attractive finish upon
initial application, as all the dried pores are now filled in with the
sealer and the surface has a more uniform, glossy appearance. The silicon
products do not allow the leather fibers to breath or receive any
nourishment. The silicone oil will dissolve out the leather's natural oils and tend to make the leather sticky. Silicone oil's high electrostatic attraction will attract dust, grime, and air pollution to settle in your interior. Another unwanted side effect of the silicone products is the haze that forms on the unporous inside of your wind shield and mirror. The vapors have no place to inconspicuously or invisibly resettle and "haze" on these non-porous surfaces. This cryogenic haze is a chemical reaction to the sun and the chemicals. We absolutely do not recommend these products for any type of leather application.
||Rejuvenator Oil contains no Silicon that dries leather and
no wax that merely sits on the surface and does nothing for the leather
fibers themselves, and eventually wears away. Let's talk a minute about the
leather care myth
For Best Results:
Apply the Rejuvenator Oil liberally (about 4 oz. per seat) with your hands, massaging the oil well into all the surfaces and natural folds of the leather, this puts natural ingredients, not harsh cleaner, back into the leather and forces out dirt. You may also use a soft sea sponge, or a soft paint type brush.
Also apply the Rejuvenator Oil liberally nearer the stitched areas as the conditioner will be able to migrate laterally well into the hide. If possible, park the car in the sun with the windows rolled up to create a "steam room" for as long as practical, several hours or a day. In cooler weather, or for long-term storage in a garage, cover the seats with plastic wrap, and "warm" with a hair dryer.
Allow the oil to be absorbed into the fibrous side of the leather before putting the top down in a convertible. Direct sun is the worst enemy of any automobile interior or home upholstery. Do not place home or office leather upholstery in direct sun. For "cardboard hard" leather, several applications will be necessary. Patience will be rewarded with good results.
We strongly advise against saddle soap, as it has been known to remove the dye from the leather.