- Beeswax on boots
I’ve been using the same stuff, not seen any problems yet but it was the stuff recommended by the seemingly knowledgeable chap for my Scarpa’s.
If I layer it on thick it does exude back out and rub off in use, the shop guy suggested 2-3 light coats rather than 1 thick and not putting the boots anywhere warm as this cracks the leather.Posted 4 years agoCountZeroMember
I use Renapur Leather Balm, which is beeswax, jojoba, and other natural products, but it’s not recommended for suede, unbuckle or aniline leathers.Posted 4 years ago
Good stuff, rubs in cleanly, buffs up well, and doesn’t leave a thick residue. I use it on leather and waxed cotton coats and jackets as well. renapure.com
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