We use and recommend Smith’s Leather Balm on all our products. Whether it's during production or at final cleaning and shining. We believe it to be the best product on the market for your leather items. 


Smith’s Leather Balm restores, protects and preserves all smooth leather goods. 


You can start by making sure your leather goods are clean and dry.

 Next, test a small amount of Smith’s Leather Balm on a hidden patch of leather to preview the results.

Start with a very small amount- a little goes a long way.

1. Leather conditioners are best applied by hand and massaged into the leather but a rag or brush will work also.

2. Leather is porous and will begin absorbing the natural oils in Smith’s Leather Balm immediately.

3. This means that lighter shades of leather may naturally darken some.

4. Most leather goods will not darken beyond their original shade and return to a lighter shade in time.

5. Minimize darkening by making sure you start with a very small amount.  A little really does go a long way.

6. Buff with a horse hair brush or rag if desired.

7. Reapply Smith’s Leather Balm as necessary to restore, protect and extend the life of your favorite leather goods.


For our BROWN leather items:

Scratches: Follow above instructions. You may heat up the item as a Step 8. with a hair blow dryer on low. This is to manage coloring to be even again. 


For our Crazy or Crackle Horse leather items:

Pre-Step #1. Heat up item with hair dryer. Search for color evenness. Let item cool, if scratch still visible then perform steps #1 through #7.