How to use Leather Polish
Polishing leather is simple and easy, you’ll have your leather shining in no time!
Step 1. Clean the leather before polishing
It is important to remove all dirt before applying the Leather Polish. Use our Leather Cleaner for best results.
Step 2. Applying Leather Polish
Shake the bottle well and apply the polish onto an Applicator Sponge. Do not apply directly onto the leather.
Rub sparingly into the leather in a circular motion, ensuring all areas of leather are covered.
Step 3. Admire the polished leather!
Leave to dry and enjoy – no buffing required.
Your leather will now be thoroughly protected. If you have aniline or pull-up style leather you should apply two coats of Leather Polish for best results.
Leather Polish FAQ
Q. Whats the difference between Leather Protection Cream and Leather Polish?
A. They will both protect the leather really well, but if you want to make your leather shine, then you should use the Leather Polish.
Q. Will Leather Polish also protect my leather?
A. Yes, the Leather Polish has the same great protetive properties as our Protection Cream so will repel all liquid and oil based staining, protect against pen marks and help stop sun fading.
Q. Can it be used on all types of leather?
A. Yes, it’s safe to use on all leathers, including delicates such as Aniline. It can also be used on all colours of leather too.
Q. Can it be used on car seats?
A. Yes, the Leather Polish is brilliant on car interiors. It contains a high concentration of silicones and waxes so once applied to leather you will get a long lasting shine – not one that wears off after a couple of days! It can be used to polish all leather in the car too; seats, door cards, dashboard and more.