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Renapur Leather Balsam

publication date: Jan 27, 2012
author/source: Hazel Bothma
Renapur chairRecently I got to review Renapur Leather Balsam (which can also be used on teak).
The instructions told me to use just a little on the sponges that are provided. I could see that a pot of this would go a long way and is good value for money.  The 50ml pot that I received could easily do our armchair another three times.  

When I got close up to our leather chair to apply the Renapur,  I realised that it looked quite dry! I applied the Renapur, and probably put on a bit more than was advised as the leather felt like it could do with a good rubbing over.
I took some before and after photos which I hope show the difference.  I feel like our leather chair has being given a facial! The leather looks shinier and the dryness has gone. I am really happy that I used this product and our armchair looks revived.
I would recommend that you do apply Renapur an hour or so before guests are about to arrive. Although it smells nice, the chair did feel a little greasy to the touch although this very soon was absorbed into the leather.
I would give it five stars as it did what it said it would do; was quick and easy and made an overall difference to our chair's appearance.
PWT rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

Stockist: Order online at www.renapur.com or by phone on 0800 993 0129. 
Renapur Leather Balsam £12/200ml.