How to Condition Leather Furniture

Cheap and easy way to condition leather furniture without smelling like petroleum.

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How to Condition Leather Furniture
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Next time you pay a crazy amount of money for that family vacation, collect all the hand or face lotion you can.  After all, you're paying for it.

Next time you pay a crazy amount of money for that family vacation, collect all the hand or face lotion you can. After all, you're paying for it.

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With clean, bare hands, squeeze as much lotion out onto your palm.

With clean, bare hands, squeeze as much lotion out onto your palm.

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Start in a test area.  The lotion will make the leather darker.  Then if you're happy with the look, start massaging the leather with the lotion.

Start in a test area. The lotion will make the leather darker. Then if you're happy with the look, start massaging the leather with the lotion.

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It's ok to use a lot of lotion.  It will soak in, and you can wipe off the excess with your rag.

It's ok to use a lot of lotion. It will soak in, and you can wipe off the excess with your rag.

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You can see the color difference.

You can see the color difference.

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Let the lotion soak in for at least 30 minutes to an hour.

Let the lotion soak in for at least 30 minutes to an hour.

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Buff the leather with your Tshirt or Rag. The benefit for using a lot of lotion and then buffing it in is that you'll clean the leather as well.  The white rag will let you see you're cleaning.

Buff the leather with your Tshirt or Rag. The benefit for using a lot of lotion and then buffing it in is that you'll clean the leather as well. The white rag will let you see you're cleaning.

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All done!

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