Leather Milk Healing Balm

Chamberlain's Leather Milk

CARE GUIDES

Free delivery for all Australian orders over $60. A flat fee of $5 applies on orders from $30 to $59.99. 

Chamberlain’s Leather Milk Healing Balm is an intense leather healing remedy and is made especially for aesthetic work, designed for detail and touch up work for leather that’s seen better days.

Whether your leather is plagued by scratches, scars, light cracks in the hide, or is just really thirsty – Healing Balm will help bring your leather back to better condition.

Carefully optimised to preserve glossy and shiny finishes, this all-natural, curating potion will enrich the colour and vibrancy of your leather, and beautify for years to come. 

Includes a Fine Pore Scrubbing Absorption Sponge for the perfect application.

This product is not for use on suede or soft leathers.


Customer Reviews

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Great for leathers

Do not use this on your vanchetta as it darkens the leather however it is good to dab a little bit on the dry bits, but don’t leave too long, wipe it straight away.

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W.G.
Amazing product

Used this on a leather coat that really should have been un-repairable, made an amazing difference.
The coat has sentimental value and can now be worn again.
I am so impressed by this product would highly recommend

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D.d.G.
Healing balm

Used it on two pairs of Western boots that had developed cracks at the crease. Seems to have made a difference. The cracks are not so obvious any more. SHOULD HAVE USED IT EARLIER.



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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
100%
(3)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
M
M.A.O.
Great for leathers

Do not use this on your vanchetta as it darkens the leather however it is good to dab a little bit on the dry bits, but don’t leave too long, wipe it straight away.

W
W.G.
Amazing product

Used this on a leather coat that really should have been un-repairable, made an amazing difference.
The coat has sentimental value and can now be worn again.
I am so impressed by this product would highly recommend

D
D.d.G.
Healing balm

Used it on two pairs of Western boots that had developed cracks at the crease. Seems to have made a difference. The cracks are not so obvious any more. SHOULD HAVE USED IT EARLIER.

Care Guides

Make sure you're armed with the right advice to maximise the use of your leather cleaning and conditioning products, download your very own user guide below.

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In the meantime, some general rules on leather care and protection.

 

 

 

 

1. Cleaning

Regular leather cleaning prevents the build-up of dust, dirt, mildew and bacteria. Use your clean fingertip to gently rub out the scratch as the natural oils from your skin will remove most small scratches. To remove dirt, grime or surface residue, use a soft damp cloth. Gently rub for removal. For a deeper clean, use a cleaner to help preserve the natural lubricating oils instead of stripping them. Cleaning is an irreversible process and therefore, thorough consideration should be made before any such attempt. Do not use coloured rags that are not dye-colourfast as the dye may come off onto your leather. 

General Leather Care Guide

2. Maintaining

Leather, like our skins, loses suppleness in time if it is not provided with regular nourishment. Use a wax-free leather conditioner that will work on nourishing and restoring the flexibility and suppleness of your leather article. To waterproof your leather, protect it with a layer of "guard" while maintaining the leather's breathability. 

3. Storage

Leather is a natural material and should be stored in a breathable, non-plastic or non-porous container, to prevent the growth of mildew and bacteria. If you have to store it in a garment bag, make sure to keep it open for ventilation. 

Avoid at all cost: