When your boots are looking a little cracked, and your jacket is feeling a little rough, give them the spa treatment they deserve. After all, they've been working just as hard as you to keep you safe, comfortable, and on the job. Wolverine 69407 Mink Oil is the per ... (see full details) (see specifications) #WLV69407.
Wolverine Accessories: Mink Oil Conditioner 4 Ounce Jar 69407
When your boots are looking a little cracked, and your jacket is feeling a little rough, give them the spa treatment they deserve. After all, they've been working just as hard as you to keep you safe, comfortable, and on the job. Wolverine 69407 Mink Oil is the perfect pampering treatment for your reliable work equipment.
This mink oil acts as a water repellent, leather softener, and conditioner. It'll do wonders for your old pair of Wolverine Working Boots. This miracle oil works to preserve leather and vinyl material, giving your favorite pieces of apparel a longer life. It keeps them soft and pliable, ready to wear all day long without risking your own comfort or maneuverability. Mink oil is also great at preventing salt stains, drying, and cracking. No matter how long you work your boots into the ground, or bare your jacket to the biting cold wind, Wolverine 69407 Mink Oil has got your, and your leather and vinyl apparel's, back (and front).
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2 out of 5
I would not use mink oil on my boots...
Mink oil softens leather, which might be nice for dress shoes or baseball mitts, but is not desirable for workboots. Softening the leather reduces the rigidity and structure of the work boots. Furthermore, it destroys the stitching over time. If you are looking to condition leather boots, buy a boot oil or leather conditioner. If you're looking to waterproof them, go with Obenauf's, Sno-Seal, White's, etc. I would not use this product on work boots.
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5 out of 5
Only thing I use on boots...
After trying several different treatments for my leather shoes and boots, I keep coming back to mink oil. It does not water proof as well as some other products in my experience but works well to provide some water-proofing and conditioning. As the previous post states, it can soften the leather, but I have not found that it significantly decreased the life of my work boots given the conditions that I work in.