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- Order number: P-402310.65
The best leather care through natural ingredients
This famous leather care contains the same ingredients, natural oils, fats and beeswax, that are also used to produce the leather.
J & E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd are among the three last traditional tanners in England and manufacture some of the most beautiful leathers worldwide.
Why J & E SEDGWICK - Leather Care is the right choice
Research has shown that some products on the market today are actually harmful to the leather, causing drying and brittleness and leading to splitting and breakage.
For that reason, J & E Sedgwick - Leather Care products are completely free from volatile solvents, petrochemical products (vaseline, white oils) or other products damaging the leather. All ingredients are purely natural and the leather care has a pleasant lemon, ginger and honey scent.
Massage in and polish
Rub a damp sponge or cloth over the leather and leave to dry.
Then massage J & E Sedgwick - Leather Care in on both sides of the leather (grain and flesh side).
As soon as the grease has dried (after two hours approx.), buff the leather with a soft brush or cloth.
Tips and recommendations
If you use your fingers when rubbing the product in, the heat of your hands helps the grease penetrate the leather.
As a nice bonus it seems an excellent hand conditioner too!
We carry J & E Sedgwick - Leather Care in a small 65ml jar (for small leather goods or just for testing) and in a big 500ml jar for daily use.
Selling unit: 1 x 60 ml or 1 x 500 ml
Sedgwick Original Leathercare
J & E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd are famous in equestrian sports for the quality of their leather products.
The company ensures the highest standards are constantly met in terms of leather preparation - and focuses increasingly on outstanding after sales service.
Sedgwick's servicePart of this after sales service includes assessing very quickly any leather damage, particularly if a piece of leather has cracks or shows changes from its original state due to use. Recently there has been an increase in the number of cases that need investigation.
Leather damagesThe majority of cases of damaged leather are due to misuse or insufficient respectively incorrect care of the leather, for instance due to drying of wet leather next to a radiator or insufficient cleaning or moisturing with the leather becoming desiccated. The other way round, overoiling the leather can also lead to damages.
Very often the causes of damage to leather cannot be traced back precisely and this is why Sedgwick began analysing the Neatsfoot, Saddle Soap and leather dressings that can usually be found on the shelves of any tack shop or tack room. Sedgwick found out that many of these products had been re-formulated according to modern manufacturing processes and consumer tastes and needs. This is why some of these products on sale today do not correspond to what was used in the past.
New developmentSubsequently, Sedgwick have developed and launched on the market leather dressing that contains only natural ingredients, such as for instance tallow, natural oils and beeswax - available at PATIN-A
Sedgwick's secret mix of leather dressing makes every day care for leather easier than ever.
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