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Jowen

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Jowen says:

cleaning leathers

i have just got a one peice suit (ixon) and want to know what the best way to look after it is?

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

leathers

I use a damp cloth with mild detergent to get the flys off,also use a leather feeder mostly at the front to keep them supple.Some leather feeders say their waterproof as well but in  nearly 40years i haven`t found one yet.

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Avinunca

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Avinunca says:

Cleaning leathers

I have just cleaned mine with saddle soap and a sponge.
I will rub some Neatsfoot oil into the leather after.
Bought both items at a country pet/farm animal store.

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JonRich1

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JonRich1 says:

Nikwax

Have you tried Nikwax?? They make a leather cleaner and restorer - used them on my leathers, it works perfect.

Plus to give it added waterproofing use Nikwax waterproof wax for leather - not got wet since using!!! :biggrin:

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