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Leather World Protection Cream

$17.95
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Leather World Protection Cream

For all A & P leather types
Do Not Use on nubuck and suede.

Leather World Leather Protection Cream is a water-based formulation for the protection and nourishment of leather. Its advanced formulation of polymers and surfactants increases the durability and resistance against stains, spots and spills.

Protection Cream provides the nutrition necessary to renew the leather's soft and supple feel. This product brings the beauty back to your leather.

 


Directions:
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 Cleaner.

Suitable for aniline and pigmented leather.

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  • 5
    Thing works as advertised, and working well

    Posted by Faisal on Dec 8th 2021

    An excellent product for use on Aniline/Semi-Aniline leather furniture. It says cream, but it's a slightly thick liquid, so a little goes a long way. Ideally you'd clean the leather first with their cleaner, as you wouldn't want to seal the dirt and dust in, or have it adhere to the coating. Two thin coats is all that's needed. I would advise LeatherWorldTech to include a bottle spray head with it, so you could mist a thin coating one section at a time, rather than applying it with a cotton rag, over applying it on certain areas or not enough in others.

    Things to note:

    - It's pretty safe on these sensitive leathers, so it wont cause any blotching as the competitor products do. Yes the leather will slightly darken on application since it's getting wet, but after a brief drying period it's back to the original color. As far as I can tell it's water-based and formulated specifically for absorbent leathers, so no oils contained that the leather could absorb, causing permanent marks/spots, as some furniture protection "creams" do.

    - It leaves a nice surface finish after drying. Very smooth feeling, indistinguishable from the leather itself, probably slightly smoother. The coating is also quite flexible and doesn't make the leather feel stiff or rigid, which is what I was mainly worried about, so that's a great. Also, it's a breathable coating so the leather isn't completely sealed off, it's allowed to regulate its temperature, so you wont be left with leather sofa that gets hot or is frigid in the dead of winter.

    - It repels stains (to an extent) and water droplets bead, so it'll save you costly repairs down that line for oil stains on the armrest\headrest, coffee stains, juice, wine, etc... It's not going to prevent them completely, but it'll give you enough time to blot that stuff off, and any small stains might be removed with their cleaner or blend-in with time.

    Just to be clear as positive as this review is, this it's not a paid review, nor was I compensated in anyway. I'm just a happy consumer thrilled about this product. It's quality stuff, and so far the most economical option out there outside of buying professional grade stuff in bulk.

    P.S. Please folks don't use any leather "protection" products that aren't specifically meant and made for for aniline leathers. Lexol, ArmorAll, 303, etc..
    They are all are meant for pigmented car leathers, shoes, baggage, etc...An excellent product for use on Aniline/Semi-Aniline leather furniture. It says cream, but it's a slightly thick liquid, so a little goes a long way. Ideally you'd clean the leather first with their cleaner, as you wouldn't want to seal the dirt and dust in, or have it adhere to the coating. Two thin coats is all that's needed. I would advise LeatherWorldTech to include a bottle spray head with it, so you could mist a thin coating one section at a time, rather than applying it with a cotton rag, over applying it on certain areas or not enough in others.

    Things to note:

    - It's pretty safe on these sensitive leathers, so it wont cause any blotching as the competitor products do. Yes the leather will slightly darken on application since it's getting wet, but after a brief drying period it's back to the original color. As far as I can tell it's water-based and formulated specifically for absorbent leathers, so no oils contained that the leather could absorb, causing permanent marks/spots, as some furniture protection "creams" do.

    - It leaves a nice surface finish after drying. Very smooth feeling, indistinguishable from the leather itself, probably slightly smoother. The coating is also quite flexible and doesn't make the leather feel stiff or rigid, which is what I was mainly worried about, so that's a great. Also, it's a breathable coating so the leather isn't completely sealed off, it's allowed to regulate its temperature, so you wont be left with leather sofa that gets hot or is frigid in the dead of winter.

    - It repels stains (to an extent) and water droplets bead, so it'll save you costly repairs down that line for oil stains on the armrest\headrest, coffee stains, juice, wine, etc... It's not going to prevent them completely, but it'll give you enough time to blot that stuff off, and any small stains might be removed with their cleaner or blend-in with time.

    Just to be clear as positive as this review is, this it's not a paid review, nor was I compensated in anyway. I'm just a happy consumer thrilled about this product. It's quality stuff, and so far the most economical option out there outside of buying professional grade stuff in bulk.

    P.S. Please folks don't use any leather "protection" products that aren't specifically meant and made for for aniline leathers. Lexol, Armor All, 303, etc.. All are meant for pigmented car leathers (which is robust and non-absorbent), or worse, for vinyl, not your furniture. They are almost impossible to remove from absorbent leathers without getting professional help. If it seeps in, it stays there, that's it. It'll ruin your fine leather sofa or chair for good. I learnt that lesson the hard way on an Eames chair. You live and learn.

  • 5
    Protection

    Posted by Elizabeth Ingold on May 7th 2018

    Quality cream. Protected my newly dyed chair.

  • 5
    Protection cream

    Posted by Michael Ince on May 7th 2018

    Good treatment for routine care.

  • 5
    Protection cream

    Posted by LaDonna Krull on Mar 11th 2018

    Cream is an excellent product.

  • 5
    Looks like new

    Posted by Marinan Keeling on Mar 11th 2018

    Unbelievable success with your products - I want to send you a photo for your advertising
    I had 2 soft leather chairs in good condition but VERY sun bleached . Cleaned them, conditioned them, dyed them and sealed them - brand new - beautiful

  • 5
    Very please with this product.

    Posted by Gloria Boyce on Mar 11th 2018

    very pleased with this product

  • 5
    Protection Cream

    Posted by David Williams on Feb 13th 2018

    This is a must have for those with tiny holes in their leather seats. It is easy to wipe on and does not fill in the holes. Nice subtle sheen and fragrance. It brought out the life of my decade old Mercedes seats. Love it!!!

  • 5
    Glides on Easily

    Posted by Shaylene Perry on Jan 17th 2017

    This stuff is great. It glides on easily and creates a strong barrier against spills.

  • 5
    Easy application

    Posted by Kevin Lewis on Sep 14th 2016

    First time with this product, but everything else I have used from Leather World has been great. You can't beat the helpful staff with their knowledge and advice.