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Want to know how to clean mold off leather boots, a purse, or a couch? No matter what leather goods you need to remove mold from, these cleaning solutions will work for you. Try a gentle cleaner like saddle soap for unfinished leather and vinegar for spot treatments. #clean #mold #off #leather
Denise Crawford saved to cleaning
Keep your leather boots looking sharp and more water-resistant with this all-natural DIY Boot Wax and Leather Conditioner! This 2-ingredient boot wax is cheap to make, has no chemicals, and works for all types of leather, including shoes, purses, wallets, and car seats!
Mike McDaniel saved to Leather conditioner diy
This easy DIY homemade leather conditioner seals and protects against the elements helping your leather look and feel its best for longer.
Vanessa van Dusen saved to diy cleaning solutions
How to make your own natural cleaner for all types of leather, out of basic ingredients. Why torture your leather with chemicals when you can make your own clear for pennies?
You can learn how to restore leather furniture in the comfort of your own home. It only takes a few minutes and can save you tons of money in the long run!
Melissa Leeper saved to CRAFTS<3
The inside and outside of every purse get very dirty very quickly, so once you buy it you have to clean it both inside and outside. If you own a designer purse, I’m sure you want to prolong i…
Edith saved to Cleaning solutions
Save money and learn how to restore leather furniture, leather shoes, leather purses, leather jackets, leather pants, leather anything in 4 easy steps with this DIY tutorial!
terry carder saved to Home projects
As someone who has never, ever said, "Hooray, it's winter!" I have to say that one of the only redeeming qualities of the season are a few of the wearable categories appropriate for this time of year. Boots happen to be pretty high on that list for me, and I always want to take the…
How to Make High Grade Natural Beeswax Leather Polish and Conditioner: Years ago, when I started working with leather I would often use the commercially available polishes on the store shelves, or the proprietary blends found at the leather craft stores. They ended up being pretty costly, but more so, they didn't last …
Holly McClendon saved to leather