Lord Sheraton Leather Balsam, 75 ml - £2.86 (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Lord Sheraton Leather Balsam, 75 ml - £2.86 (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 20th May
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Lord Sheraton Leather Balsam is the ideal way to care for your leather furniture. Traditionally formulated from pure beeswax and blended oils, it will intensively nourish your leather, giving lasting shine and protection.
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£7.20 from next best priced seller on Amazon. I've used before for leather chair/ settee etc. Gonna try it on my leather bike jacket...
Edited by: "BigD21" 20th May
Currently OOS at this price.
Not quite in the same price range as this (OOS) bargain, but if you're looking for something in-stock this is a very, very good alternative with great reviews... amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "Diogenes007" 20th May
It's oos but let me order :/ I've just ran out of my leather stuff for my sofas so perfect timing
wingmirror20/05/2020 20:07

It's oos but let me order :/ I've just ran out of my leather stuff for …It's oos but let me order :/ I've just ran out of my leather stuff for my sofas so perfect timing


Do all leather sofas need this kind of treatment ? I have one and wondered recently if it needs this kind of thing.
Edited by: "deckard2" 20th May
Yes, there were only 6 left after I ordered but it said more arriving. You can still order it at this price if you change the seller
Ordered at lower price
deckard220/05/2020 20:28

Do all leather sofas need this kind of treatment ? I have one and wondered …Do all leather sofas need this kind of treatment ? I have one and wondered recently if it needs this kind of thing.


I tend to wipe wipe a baby wipe but I imagine it dries the leather out by removing the protection. This will keep it supple and restore dry areas
deckard220/05/2020 20:28

Do all leather sofas need this kind of treatment ? I have one and wondered …Do all leather sofas need this kind of treatment ? I have one and wondered recently if it needs this kind of thing.


I have kids and adults on my sofas and there are a few 'flaky' patches, it's well over 10 years old, it's done me well and I don't treat it religiously, maybe 4 times a year. Like someone else says, if there are a few 'kid crumbs' I'll baby wipe, I do maybe once a month clean with warm water and washing up liquid. Once it's been treated I can see and feel the difference, I can't say anyone else notices though I have a large 3 seater, 2 seater 1 seater and a pouffe so not sure how far it'll go. I've just finished my astonish premium leather feed, which is great but where people sit it's flaking so think it needs a bit more nourishment
Might be good for the leather car seats
Renapur Leather Balsam – 200ml | Leather Care Protecting Conditioner This the best stuff for leather sofa etc
If you're after a leather "cleaner" this comes highly recommended on Amazon amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Then apply this one as a leather "conditioner"... amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1
Edited by: "Diogenes007" 21st May
Diogenes00720/05/2020 21:30

If you're after a leather "cleaner" this comes highly recommended on …If you're after a leather "cleaner" this comes highly recommended on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00114T7QC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Followed by... amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1


Hm. I never felt like the Autoglym was doing very much. Maybe my leather was in decent condition already. I assume something fancier like the balsam would be a bit protective, obviously the Autoglym isn't. Did smell fantastic though and was a good cheaper once-over.

Speaking of which, is there a clever way to get a 24/7 cleaned leather smell?
Edited by: "EndemicAlarm" 20th May
My leather gloves need tlc badly, thanks
EndemicAlarm20/05/2020 22:20

Hm. I never felt like the Autoglym was doing very much. Maybe my leather …Hm. I never felt like the Autoglym was doing very much. Maybe my leather was in decent condition already. I assume something fancier like the balsam would be a bit protective, obviously the Autoglym isn't. Did smell fantastic though and was a good cheaper once-over.Speaking of which, is there a clever way to get a 24/7 cleaned leather smell?


Whilst researching what to buy to restore a leather chair, I'd read all sorts of horror stories about various cleaners & conditioners bleaching the colour out of the leather. The Autoglym product had the least number of issues / feedback on this. You can get combined cleaners & conditioners. I'm not saying they won't be any good, I simply wanted to take a little more care with the item I was working on.
The Lord Sheraton products have a good reputation and I would certainly consider using this one on something that didn't require a little more tlc.
Edited by: "Diogenes007" 21st May
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