Leather Care

//Leather Care
  • Leather Amore is the ultimate US-made all purpose cleaner and conditioner for top grain leather. It’s perfect for cleaning and conditioning leather garments, dress shoes, running shoes, handbags, luggage, leather furniture, the list goes on and on. Use it to remove dirt and grime, then buff to give old leather a beautiful luster. 8 FL OZ Bottle **NOT FOR USE ON SUEDE** How to use Leather Amore: Apply a healthy amount of Leather Amore to a slightly damp cloth and clean the leather in a circular motion to lift out dirt and grime. Allow to dry, then buff the leather to a beautiful luster. Leather Amore cleans, conditions, softens, resists soiling and retards water-spotting.
  • We love this stuff! Sedgwick’s leather dressing contains only natural ingredients including tallow, oils and beeswax. With Sedgwick’s secret mix of leather dressing, everyday care for leather could not be simpler. How to use Sedgwick’s grease: Give your leather a quick wipe with a damp sponge or cloth and allow to air dry. Apply the leather dressing sparingly to both the grain and flesh side of the leather. When dry, after about two hours, buff the leather with a soft brush or cloth.
  • We love this stuff! Sedgwick’s leather dressing contains only natural ingredients including tallow, oils and beeswax. With Sedgwick’s secret mix of leather dressing, everyday care for leather could not be simpler. How to use Sedgwick’s grease: Give your leather a quick wipe with a damp sponge or cloth and allow to air dry. Apply the leather dressing sparingly to both the grain and flesh side of the leather. When dry, after about two hours, buff the leather with a soft brush or cloth.
  • Shep’s 100% Pure Neatsfoot Oil is an all-natural oil used to preserve, strengthen and provide waterproofing qualities to leather. Neatsfoot oil is ideal for shoes and boots, belts, saddles, horse tack, pet products and just about everything we make and sell at Duvall Leatherwork. Neatsfoot oil will darken leather and enhance colored leather. Neatsfoot oil should never be used on suede. How to use neatsfoot oil: A small amount of oil goes a long way, so be careful you don’t use too much. If you have any scrap leather, it may be a good idea to test on that. Pour a small amount of oil into a small container like a can. Touch the applicator, a sponge or a cloth, into the oil and then to the leather, working it in a circular motion. When you first apply the oil, it will penetrate quickly and the area will darken – it may be spotty and uneven. Don’t panic. Overlap the first application with a second. You will notice lighter areas that may need a little more oil. As the oil penetrates, it will even out. After 24 hours, the dark color will lighten to its final tone. Be careful not to use too much neatsfoot oil. It will do more harm than good. You don’t want to soak your item in oil. It can actually take the life out of the leather, draw dirt into the open pores and sweat oil out in the hot sun.
  • Huberd’s Shoe Grease is the original pine tar and beeswax waterproofer/conditioner for leather boots and shoes like Redwing, Wolverine, Danner, Wesco, Chippewa, Carolina, etc. We recommend Huberd’s Shoe Grease for any leather boots and shoes that take outdoor abuse, but not dress shoes. How to use Huberd’s Shoe Grease: Give your leather a quick wipe with a damp sponge or cloth and leave to air dry. Apply the leather dressing sparingly on the grain of the leather. You can also apply Huberd’s Shoe Grease as a finishing topcoat on freshly oiled leather.
  • Lincoln Stain Wax Shoe Polish gives a quick, bright and lasting shine to most black leather goods, and it can be used for the perfect military "spit-shine" finish on boots and belting. It is not for use on suede or man-made materials. How to use Lincoln Stain Wax Shoe Polish: Give your leather a quick wipe with a damp sponge or cloth and leave to air dry. Apply lightly over the entire product with a soft cloth or dauber. Polish lightly with a brush and finish with a soft cloth or canton flannel. To bring out an extra bright shine, apply a second coat after the first coat has been polished.
  • This German made Leather Hole Punch is a well-crafted, affordable way to punch professional adjustment holes in leather. Its rotating punch head offers six different holes sizes ranging from 3/32” up to 3/16”. You’ll always have the perfect size belt with a Leather Hole Punch.
  • This Professional Size Shoe Shine Brush is made of 100% horsehair bristles and features a solid wooden handle. Used with our Lincoln Brand Shoe Polish, the shoe shine brush is the best way to achieve a high-gloss shine on dress shoes and boots. It can also bring back a beautiful luster to any smooth leather item that does not require a glossy shine. This premium shoe shine brush is 8” long x 2-1/2" wide x 2-1/4” tall. How to use: After applying your Lincoln Brand Shoe Polish, use quick side-to-side strokes to achieve a glossy shine.