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SB wallet maintenance?

Discussion in 'SaddleBack Leather Company' started by jacobwilson99, Feb 2, 2012.

  1. jacobwilson99

    jacobwilson99

    445
    Jan 6, 2012
    Hey guys, I've got a Saddleback Leather wallet, and I FREAKIN love it.

    I was wondering if any of you other SBL lovers maintenance the leather with any type of polish or rub?
     
  2. AntCaps

    AntCaps

    909
    May 6, 2009
    nope... i just use it and it getts better and better.
     
  3. BossHog

    BossHog

    134
    Mar 4, 2011
    According to Saddleback Leather Co. they apply Chamberlain's Leather Milk #1 on all the leather pieces before they are shipped to customers. Apply some conditioner once every 12 months and you're good to go.
     
  4. kilted viking

    kilted viking

    3
    Jun 5, 2012
    First and foremost.. Good job choosing a wallet from SBL. What color is yours? I have a few of their products and the wallet is included in my list. I have used the Leather Milk on it on time, but don't think it is really necessary for the Dark Coffee. If I had the Tobacco, I might consider using it more often, but I would be concerned it would detract from the patina the Tobacco develops with use.

    Carry your wallet in your back pocket and let your arse do the rest. lol
     
  5. rockcrawler

    rockcrawler

    15
    Mar 8, 2012
    In my experience the Leather Milk does not affect the color of the leather, at least not in the long run. Unlike some leather treatments (like Mink Oil) Leather Milk does not change the color or the texture.
    I have used it on Dark Coffee Brown and Tobacco SBL products.
    DCB items will develop a sort of grayish dusty kind of appearance in spots (mostly on items largar than wallets, like bags, etc.) and the Leather Milk removes that temporarily but the color itself does not change.
     

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