Elephant Leather Preserver 125 ml
Ideal for the care of leather which is exposed to the weather, or for conserving extremely dry or antique leather.
Designed for treating genuine "Pull Up" furniture leather (oiled leather). Do not use on Bycast or polyurethane-coated (PU) leather.
Always test any products first on a hidden area in case they affect the colour.
Rub some preserver onto a clean, soft piece of cloth and apply to the leather. If required, use the cloth to give a final polish. The fat is difficult to use when it’s cold, so be sure to work at room temperature or warm it slightly with a hair dryer.
|Application:||Care & Protect|
|Application Area:||Bags & Cases, Car, Furniture, Leather Cloth, Saddle, Shoes & Boots, Steering Wheel|
|Leather Type:||Pigmented leather, Pull Up leather, Semi-aniline leather|
10 of 123 reviews
October 3, 2017 00:00
Having been a little shocked at the size of the tin, the quality of the wax soon came to the fore. You only need a small amount on a cloth for it to go a very long way. I have a ten year old Scaramanga leather satchel which now looks superb and feels supple. Great product
March 24, 2019 00:00
Transformed an old unwearable coat to one that he is wearing again. He wasn't able to wear his favorite leather jacket any longer as it looked awful. He is now wearing it again. Its not perfect but looks pretty darn good and was easy to restore.
June 5, 2017 00:00
The product gets 5 stars. The size of these cans gets 2 stars. Buy the larger cans.
March 30, 2021 00:00
Rub it on my hand and it works great.
March 8, 2017 00:00
great product as stated
March 8, 2017 00:00
June 3, 2016 00:00
Works very well.
The works very well, I used it on our couch and it only take a small dab to heal the sofa. Our cat scratched on of the arms of our sofa and after using this the scratches disappeared.
May 6, 2016 00:00
I used it on a motorcycle jacket and it softened the leather and gave it a nice sheen. Fantastic product
This product works miracles on hard leather. I used it on a motorcycle jacket and it softened the leather and gave it a nice sheen. Fantastic product.
March 17, 2016 00:00
Miracle leather treatment
Purchased to use on my Car seats. I have tried several balms including TRG back colouring balms which was fine, although buffed/polished for several hours and still it was still leaving black marks on our clothing a couple of weeks later, also the effects only lasted ten months.Update: Having tried the small time we purchased the larger size and have used on a number of items, including a 30 year old watch strap, as the watch's strap fitting are very unusual I had thought I would have to have a replacement especially made but no a couple of application of Elephant preserve and the strap has been rejuvenated and whilst it would be a stretch to say as good as new, it is completely transformed and not far off it's original condition.My wife has also used on a pair of leather boots that had faded not only has the colour come back bu they are really supple and as an added bonus the Elephant preserve has waterproofed them (I do not think they would stand up to wading in a river but they are impervious to water spots from splashes, the water beads off and no dark marks appear). And for new shoes a couple of applications, massaging the preserve in to the inside of the heal and the leather becomes more supple and stops blisters, I used it on my Church shoes who have always torn up my heals, no more they are like slipper now. Amazing stuffI then tried a leather dye/paint purchased from Ebay claimed specifically for BMW black leather, awful stuff, luckily I only did the one seat having applied with a sponge I stopped after a few minutes when the sponge disintegrated, even though I managed a completed cover the effect is very patchy, like I coloured in bits with a marker pen. A warning to you all.Elephant Leather preserve is fantastic stuff, easy to apply and although it is clear (a bit like vaseline in texture) it actually brought back the original black colour of the seat side edges which have become whitish grey with time and wear. I really does make the leather feel much more supple. I have to confess that is judged on a test patch that I initially did properly, as once done I put on a good coat on the rest of my leather to sit for a several hours hoping the leather will absorb as much as it can and I will go and remove the residue.
March 8, 2017 00:00
Easy to use. Rehydrated a dried-up sofa. Now we can get more years out of it.
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