Tender’s leather polish is made in England from unfiltered English beeswax, raw linseed oil (traditionally used for seasoning cricket bats) and pine resin spirit, a natural solvent. It protects natural leather and gives it a lovely deep shine.
Beeswax has been used for many purposes for thousands of years. It has been found on Viking ships and in Egyptian tombs. It can be melted and set many times, and never goes bad.
Leather polish will improve the waterproofing of boots and shoes if rubbed deep into the welt. To use, make sure the leather is clean and dry, then rub in a thin layer of polish, using a cloth or your finger. Allow it to sink in for at least a minute (and preferably longer) and then polish it off with a stiff brush. This can be repeated as many times as you like. Beeswax polish is suitable for boots, belts, wallets, and all uncoated leather goods: it may cause the leather to darken. Leather Polish can also be used on wood.
- Tender Leather Polish - Made of beeswax, raw linseed oil and pine resin spirit - Dimensions of the tin can 11cm wide, 8cm high and 2,5cm deep - Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight, and do not eat - Made in England