Boyd's Detail Garage BCG 103 Leather Conditioner
Boyd’s Leather Conditioner is a lavish lotion for your leather surfaces that penetrates deep into the leather to condition leather of all ages. Use Boyd’s Leather Conditioner to leave behind a silky smooth, dry-to-the-touch feel while also restoring the fresh, natural leather smell. Boyd’s Leather Conditioner preserves and protects leather from drying, cracking and brittleness that occurs naturally with age.
Boyd’s Leather Conditioner replaces essential nutrients to leather that are depleted by regular wear and tear and from UV solar rays. Boyd’s Leather Conditioner is safe to use on all leather surfaces to nourish and keep the surface moisturised, thereby reducing the chance of brittle, dry and cracking leather.
Boyd’s Leather Conditioner is widely regarded as the ultimate leather conditioner and is used by professional detailers, car collectors, classic car enthusiasts and owners of modern cars.
- Conditions and restores leather surfaces
- Great for seats, door panels and dashboards
- Preserves the leather’s strength, durability and appearance
- Formulated with Vitamin E
- Leaves no residue
- UV Protection
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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