We are proud to offer non-hazardous products for raw wood treatment and leather care that are safe for the user and safe for the wood and leather items being treated. Our products have been approved by Air Resources Board of California and Health Canada for shipment into those areas. All our products are made with care in the United States and shipped globally.
We provide high quality products that are safe enough to be used by museums and restoration specialists worldwide to treat wooden and leather artifacts. Extensive research and testing is performed when developing new products. We make sure each product is quality control tested prior to being shipped. All of our products are proudly displayed in the clear packaging
The Best Leather Care Products Available
Our leather treatments are made from the finest raw materials available. The oils are first oxidized to eliminate darkening and processed twice to remove any double bonds, which can cause acid deterioration. Our processing gives the oil a hydrogen bond, which prevents it from leaching out or migrating in the leather. The oils are then stratified to remove any remaining natural salts. Finally, we buffer the oils by a special process to insure lasting life and protection to the leather.
The solvents we use do not contain sulphur, which can cause rotting of stitching. The oils are pH balanced. Our products do not contain glycerin, which can leave the leather sticky and cause mold growth under humid conditions. Nor do they contain sulphated oil which can cause hydrolyzation which causes acid rot. Each of our products is unique and formulated differently. We do not believe in combining cleaners and conditioners, these are two very different products that are not compatible. When mixing a surfactant with conditioning oils you will get separation making both products ineffective. Since not all leather is tanned the same or in the same condition, we also do not believe in offering one product for all leather. Each of our leather conditioners is formulated specifically to treat the many different types and condition of leather.