Leather Master Protection Cream is a water-based leather protector for all leather types except Nubuck.
Leather Master Protection Cream
Do not use on nubuck leathers
Leather Master Protection Cream is a water-based protector for all leather types except Nubuck.
The Protection Cream places an invisible, breathable barrier between you and your leather. Our system is based on leather protection first, followed by a routine of cleaning and re-protection. With this method, you are not actually cleaning the Leather's original surface but cleaning from the surface of the protection coating. Since some leathers are very porous, the Protection Cream prevents stains from absorbing deep into the leather and becoming nearly impossible to easily remove.
Usually, protected leathers that have cracked or peeled are not damaged from use, but from body oils and perspiration that have settled down into the grain of the leather, dissolving the finish over time. The Protection Cream will assist in preventing the cracking and peeling when combined with basic cleaning and maintenance.
Protection Cream will also work to remove small surface scratches on aniline leathers.
Apply the Leather Protection Cream to a soft cloth and wipe a thin layer evenly over your furniture. Pay particular attention to those areas that come into contact with the body, such as the headrests, armrests and seats. A light coat is all that is required. Allow about 30 minutes for the Leather Protection Cream to dry before using your furniture.
Aniline leather doesn't have a protective topcoat, so it is best to apply two layers of Protection Cream to all the contact areas. If you have white or very light colored leather furniture, we also recommend you apply two layers of Leather Protection Cream to the contact areas. Always allow the first layer to dry before applying a second layer. A hair drier can be used to speed up the drying process, but take care not to overheat or burn the leather.
Leather Protection Cream will need to be re-applied every 3-6 months. Before re-applying Leather Protection Cream thoroughly clean your furniture with Leather Soft Cleaner.
Suitable for aniline and pigmented leather.
We recommend fully cleaning and re-protecting your furniture 2-4 times per year. If a piece is subject to very heavy use, such as a favorite recliner or living room couch, it may need to be cleaned and re-protected more often. With leather, it is much easier to practice prevention than it is to try to resolve major challenges caused by disregard.
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I've been using Leather Master products for a long time. The Protection Cream is an outstanding product. It works on all types of leather and is especially good for naked leathers because it will help prevent spills and soiling from penetrating as much as they normally would. It does not affect the feel of the leather. If multiple coats are applied, the regular formula will give a very mild sheen to the leather, but it will not produce a high gloss. Also, if you apply the product to a leather that has a glossy finish, it will not dull the finish. I have never used the new "glossy" formula.
Have been using Leather Master Leather Protection Cream on our couch for over 10 years and it still looks and feels new.
Works very well at restoring oils and luster to older leather.
Product works well. Safety caps a little tricky to wor with. Like the nozzle for sqeezing product from bottlw.
We have been using this several years and very pleased with the results.
I just applied it, so we'll have to see how it does over time. Easy to apply and looks fine. I didn't expect any great change immediately and there wasn't any. I hope it helps and I'll keep using it.
Set looks almost like new! Great products.
I bought this product to use after removing pen stains - it really helps to buff leather up. I can see myself using it also from time to time to take care about products. It doesn't smell, not greasy, not sticky.