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Heavy Duty LP
Heavy Duty Leather Preservative
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Industrial Strength Leather Protection For Extreme Conditions!

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Heavy Duty LP

Jar Size*:
4 ounce Jar #0102 for $10.95
8 ounce Jar #0103 [Add $15.95]
128 ounce Gallon Bucket #0107 for $149.95

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Our Heavy Duty Leather Preservative provides industrial strength protection to keep working leather looking like new as long as possible. Originally developed for the severe working conditions of the Wildland Firefighters and to provide the best waterproofing naturally! Heavy Duty LP repels water, preserves, restores, and conditions leather shoes, boots, waxed flesh leather, saddles, motorcycle leathers, tool pouches, athletic gear, and cotton oilskin dusters.

Benefits of use:

  • Repels water, acids, petroleum, salt, and chemicals
  • Restores dried & sun-faded leather
  • Prevents dry rot
  • Resists mold, mildew, and bacteria
  • Resists scuffing, abrasion, stitch tear, and premature cracking in flex areas
  • Odorless after applied (will not spook game)
  • Contains no harmful petroleum, solvents, or paraffin
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  • Three natural oils are suspended in Beeswax and Propolis creating a smooth cream. In the leather these oils gradually seep out of the Beeswax/Propolis* Suspension Formula. If exposed to heat or flexing the oils are released faster so leather gets oiled when and where it needs it most instead of parched and cracked. This Beeswax/Propolis* Suspension Formula provides a time release lubrication to inner fibers, reinforces the surface against
  • *Propolis is an antibacterial tree resin that resists bacteria and mold. It is a barrier against body acids, salt, and caustic chemicals. Combined with beeswax it will repel water better and longer.

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 6 Write a review »

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Perfect February 9, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Spring Creek, NV United States  
If you're buying boots of any kind, I recommend them. Also, the 128 oz works great for saddles.

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Best Leather Protectant January 18, 2019
Reviewer: Logan from Greencastle, IN United States  
I have used the Heavy Duty LP for 3 years now. I wear Redwing 2408 and 608, and even worked in a stone quarry for about a year. I was the only one at work that treated my boots with both the Leather Oil and HDLP, and my boots never cracked like everyone elses. My boots would last over 2 years! This product does not damage stitching like many other products on the marker. The leather is more durable and pliable, i treat them every three months. The Obenauf laces even last years on a pair of boots. I hate not seeing more reviews, because this is a great product! If you own a pair of boots, order a can of HDLP, Oil, and Watershield right now! Wranglerstar sent me :)

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The Best June 29, 2018
Reviewer: Richard Smith from Orem, UT United States  
Obenauf's LP is the best leather protectant ever. I have tried several, and wound up with wet or damaged leather. LP seals against water, protects against dirt and dust, and conditions leather without breaking it down (as mink oil can do).
For example: I have a medical alert (RoadID) bracelet made of leather. I treat it twice a year with two coats of LP. Yesterday, I wore it into a pond to try and retrieve some lost property. I noticed that the water just ran off the leather, and dried quickly.
To apply it, I rub it in generously, and then place the item in a very warm place for a few minutes; (inside a vehicle in the sun, or in the oven at the lowest heat setting), just until the product has fully melted and soaked in. Then I take it out, and apply a second coat while it is still warm, let it soak in for a few minutes, and wipe off the excess. Works wonders.
LP makes my shoes and belts and other leather products last longer and look better.  Highly recommended.

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Amazing Stuff August 16, 2017
Reviewer: Dalvin Bermudez from Dover Plains, NY United States  
This is the only product I will ever use on my leather boots! Before I knew anything about leather care, I used to just wear my boots until they started cracking. A friend of mine told me to try Obenaufs out as he swore by it. After the second application, there was no turning back. The leather just absorbs the stuff making it soft and supple, bringing new life back into the boot. Water is not a problem anymore as the LP makes it roll off the boot. the stuff even smells great too! Periodically, I will rub some on the inside of my boots to prevent foul stench. Since using Obenaufs, I have found a new love for leather boots again. So much that I now Have 9 pairs of quality made leather boots that still look as good as the day I bought them. Its always a joy when boot care day comes around and I get to see the new life being restored to my leather boots after an application of Obenaufs LP.

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Good for anything August 16, 2017
Reviewer: Chance Caskey from Lenox, GA United States  
I stumbled upon this product a few years ago on some Alaskan page I was on. Alaskans are just better at everything. I bought 2 new pair of danner ft Lewis boots for work. Wanted to take care of them. With an overall investment of 800 dollars taking care of these boots just had to happen. I used kiwi in the military and found that my feet would be in bad shape and the leather tends to rot from the inside and the boots fail. After my search landed on obenaufs, i tried it. Best thing I've ever used on my boots. Period. It's not a parade shine, but standing in ankle deep water for hours at work I wouldn't need that. I need my boots to work, my feet dry, and get me in and out of whatever I get into. I use these boots for work, at home, riding motorcycles, and wear with my every day civilian attire. And they're always treated with obenaufs. These boots, with proper socks, and regular treatment with obenaufs heavy LP will ensure that I'm able to be working comfortably for many years to come!

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