Even leather hides that have been neglected and mistreated for years still have a chance for rejuvenation with Griot’s Garage Leather Rejuvenator. Unlike typical lanolin-based leather conditioners, Leather Rejuvenator has no trouble penetrating deep into your leather's deep fibers. Once there, Griot’s Rejuvenator moisturizes, revives and restores even the most neglected leather.
The perfect choice for reviving neglected, vat-dyed leather, the rejuvenating liquid immediately soaks in to restore and moisturize. Also works great for spray-dyed leather—just let Rejuvenator soak a little longer since the leather's pores may be sealed by the dye. And, since your Griot’s Garage Leather Rejuvenator is so highly concentrated, the two 8oz bottles go a long way.
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Asked by Anonymous
Jan 15, 2013 2:34 PM
I found a pair of short cowgirl type boots that I had forgotten about in my closet in the box. The leather is very dry, do you think this will bring them back to life.
Answered by Nathan S. — Jan 15, 2013 3:07 PM
Hi, Great question. Automotive leather is thinner than boot leather and needs a conditioner to keep it flexible to prevent cracking. I'm sure the Griot's Garage leather rejuvenator will work well, but how much to use on your boots before the leather reconditioned is a question mark. I think you might be first person to try it out, so let us know how it goes.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Jerry A.
May 28, 2012 12:29 PM
I have a chair that has discolored especially where the head rests....
Answered by Elizabeth C. — Jul 09, 2012 11:39 AM
Hello Jerry. The Griot's Car Leather Cleaner & Conditioner is great for spray-dyed leather—just let Rejuvenator soak a little longer since the leather's pores may be sealed by the dye. It is also good for Vat-dyed leather. Thank you for your question.flag Accept Answer