DIY Leather Cleaner & Conditioner: Simply mix up 1/4 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup white vinegar, and a couple of drops of your favorite essential oil in a clean empty spray bottle and lightly spray your leather surface. See how dry and cracked it is? *Before doing this, I recommend trying it in an inconspicuous place first...just to make sure it is safe for your leather.
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Super Simple Tack Cleaner: Mix 1/2 cup olive oil with 1/4 cup vinegar in a spray bottle. Strip tack and take apart all pieces. Shake spray bottle well and often. Liberally spray leather with solution and buff with a clean, soft cloth. Once dry, reassemble pieces. The vinegar gently cleans and kills mold and mildew spores, while olive oil is a great leather conditioner. Also works on wood.
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