Described as "Simply the Best" for leather by the Rolls Royce Owners Club of USA, since 1968. This is the original formula; a patented, pH-correct blend of natural oils, fats and Collagen to nourish and maintain healthy leather, restore luxurious suppleness and add new life to tired leather. Our formulation will restore cardboard-hard leather. It does not contain greasy oils or cheap watery fillers, waxes, silicones, or mineral oils. Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil deeply conditions and softens your leather while bringing ingrained dirt to the surface. Our product is not a surface dressing as are many leather treatments, but treats the full depth of the leather. It is a pleasure to use and gives unsurpassed results. Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil is the preferred choice of museums, restoration shops, and do-it-yourself enthusiasts.
How to Use
Apply the oil generously using a medium-sized paintbrush or small cloth. Allow it to be absorbed over 2 or more days, repeating if required. To maintain leather, use every 6-12 months to keep it luxuriously soft and supple.
Leatherique Rejuvenator Oil is a leather conditioner that lifts dirt and pollutants to the surface while deeply conditioning and preserving your leather.
Once the dirt has been expelled from the leather the seats are clean using the Prestine Clean and a damp cloth.
Rejuvenator Oil is not a surface dressing as are many leather treatments. It contains no wax or petroleum distillates but is simply nourishment for the actual leather fibers (including pH-correct Collagen and fat liquors).
Maintaining the full-depth condition and cleanliness of the leather is what keeps it looking good, feeling good, and lasting for many generations.
How much Rejuvenator Oil do I need?
The quantity will depend on the age of the leather and the condition. 250ml is often sufficient for a treatment of a new car or sofa. However, as ongoing maintenance applications of Rejuvenator Oil are recommended once a year, it may be more economical to order the 500ml size to allow for the initial treatment plus one maintenance treatment. For an older car or sofa, or a project that is already dry, showing spider web cracking, deeper cracking, and stiffness, you will definitely need at least 500ml as multiple applications will be required. Remember it took several years for your leather to become dry, and will take some time for it to regain its softness!
Are you using other products?
Other leather treatments may contain:
- Silicone oil or sealers that harden the leather surface and promote cracking. The leather loses its ability to "breathe", which is what makes it so comfortable to our touch.
- Beeswax - great for saddles and boots where waterproofing is desirable, but gives a clammy feel when used on leather car seats and leather furniture.
- Petroleum, mineral, neatsfoot, or lanolin oils, which can encourage rotting of leather fibres and stitching.