Chamberlain's Furniture Treatment No 5
- Furniture Treatment No. 5
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- Natural, water-based blend of rich cleaning and conditioning ingredients designed to protect, nourish and restore your leather furniture
- No. 5 contains rich, natural emollients and a gentle cleaner designed specifically to clean and condition your quality leather furniture items
- In addition to cleaning and conditioning, this formula works well to restore rich colors that have faded with time, cover up scuffs and marks, and protect from future spills, dust, and stains
- This melange is designed to compliment leather’s natural texture without overloading it with oils or toxic chemicals
- This gentle and pleasantly scented recipe may be used as often as desired to clean, condition and refresh leather furniture items such as sofas, couches, love seats, ottomans, and chairs
- Available in both 6 & 12oz bottles
- For further inquires, head on over to Chamberlain’s Leather Milk website where you will find direct customer service. On the website they offer a wealth of interesting leather care tips through their fact section, blog and videos. They also have a customized leather repair shop. www.leathermilk.com
To condition my first bag, I got out some sandpaper, baby oil and some lime juice and got busy on the first Saddleback Leather briefcase. The design was what I had asked for, but the leather looked kind of stiff and painted. I wasn’t happy with it right away and so I took it upon myself to make it perfect.
So, I asked the Leonel, the guy who made the bag, how I could get it to be more relaxed and look more aged. He told me that I could rub a light oil into it like baby oil or olive oil and then rub in some lime juice too and that would condition it real nicely.
Well, I couldn’t wait for the perfect leather to age and so I went out and bought some fine sandpaper and rubbed it everywhere except for the stitching. And then my friend, Jake, and I pulled and twisted it and wrung it out like a wet towel. And then I sanded it some more and lubed it up with the oils and squeezed a complete lime tree worth of juice on it. Upon gazing on the finished bag, I ran naked through the streets yelling “Eureka” at the top of my lungs.
Later, I found leathers that already looked good without sanding and I’m still using them today. I don’t recommend sandpaper or juice or oils on the bag. I recommend Chamberlain’s Leather Milk.