Monday, July 9, 2012

Tantex Leather Conditioner Review & Giveaway

I love leather but the upkeep on it can be overwhelming sometimes.  I remember I had a leather bomber jacket in high school that after several years, it began to crack and not knowing how to fix it, I donated it to Goodwill.  Oh, how I wish I had known about Tantex back them.

Now, my son has a leather jacket and he's very particular about his clothing.  The leather has really dulled in the past few years and starting to crack at the elbows and wrists.  I was excited to review Tantex, hoping it would fix his jacket.  Did it ever! It was so easy to apply and it didn't leave an oily residue.  His jacket looks almost new - it's shiny, supple and isn't sticky like some of those other leather cleaners.

Thrilled with the results, I then turned the Tantex conditioner in a different direction - my handbags.  I'm very hard on my bags and Tantex did another amazing job.  I can't wait to try it on our car seats and hubby's belt next.  Definitely a product that works, smells nice and my house won't be without again.  To spend so much money to invest in a leather product, you definitely want something to help maintain it for years of beauty and use.

Tantex is non-greasy, non-toxic and non-migrating! Treating most vegetable and chrome-tanned leathers, Tantex can help restore life to your wallets, baseball mitts, golf bags, saddles and more! Definitely give it a try!!

You can purchase Tantex Leather Conditioner at Amazon for only $9.99!

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