Author/Submitted by: Make It Yourself
neat's foot oil (good,
grief, what is this?
-----DRY LEATHER SHOES-----
Great conditioner for stiff, dry leather.
Warm lanolin until it melts, then mix with neat's foot oil. Apply with a
soft cloth and let set for a few minutes. Blot up excess. The next day, if
the leather seems dry, repeat process.
Dry leather shoes:
Apply castor oil; let set and remove excess with a soft cloth. White
leather can be conditioned with petroleum jelly.
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