Think about when you wash your face with water. Sometimes, after you’ve dried your face, you may experience dry and tight skin. Just like with your skin, as the water dries, it removes oils from the hide. This can damage the leather and can leave you with leather that feels hard and rigid.
By conditioning your leather, you help maintain the pliability of the leather so that it resists squeaking and cracking. Depending on the conditioner, it may also help create a protective layer on the leather’s surface to resist staining, scratches, and damage.
Leather is a natural product and just like us, the animals it came from will have wrinkles and scars all over their skin. It should be expected that you will find small imperfections on most leather.
What’s the difference between Fiebing’s Pro Dye and Fiebing’s Leather Dye? Which is best for your needs? Well, luckily, it’s fairly simple and straightforward. Let’s break them down!
When I eventually decided to go for it and buy a machine, I spent hours and hours researching industrial machines. They are definitely not cheap, so I wanted to really be sure I was making the right choice. Since then, I have compiled a list of the most important components to look for when buying a machine!
“Help...My paint won’t stay on my leather!” We get this emailed to us often. Folks that want to customize and personalize their leather with a little splash of color, struggling to get their paint to set. We’re here to help!