Renapur Leather Balsam nourishes, conditions, restores, polishes and helps waterproof leather, restoring original softness and extending the life of your leather camera bag, leather camera case.
The waxes and oils, such as Beeswax, Carnauba wax, Jojoba oil and Avocado oil, has really stood the test of time – used by millions of people around the world since 1988.
Renapur contains natural ingredients including Beeswax, Carnauba wax and Jojoba oil.
Renapur feeds, nourishes and protects leather and at the same time restores the colour without needing to polish. It will keep your leather soft and supple and help prevent it drying out and cracking and extend the life of your leather. Renapur will also naturally help waterproof your leather.
Use Renapur on all your smooth leather including shoes and boots, leather jackets, saddlery and tack, motorcycle leathers (Renapur was awarded a 5* rating by MCN), hiking boots, leather furniture, car interiors, handbags etc etc. It can also be used to help safely restore antique leather.
Renapur is colour neutral and can be used on all colours of leather. It is also incredibly quick and easy to use, a pair of shoes will take about 15 seconds to treat. It is also non-greasy, non-sticky and non-smelly and entirely harmless to humans and animals.
Renapur Leather Balsam is also the most fantastic value as it should be used sparingly. One 20ml pot will treat and protect well over 50 pairs of shoes, 10 leather jackets or saddles and over 2 leather suites. Many customers tell us it will do a lot more but we will err on the side of caution! Renapur won't go off like so many other products and will remain in perfect condition for decades. We even guarantee that if you leave the lid off the pot it will still be perfect (if a little dusty) in five years.
**Do not use Renapur on Suede and Nubuck or fully aniline type leather. If in doubt it is always best to test on a small inconspicuous area first.
The Pack includes 4x 20ml tubs of Renapur Leather Balsam, perfect for popping in your bad when travelling, taking in your briefcase, popping in your handbag.