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Chamberlain’s Leather Milk Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Leather Milk

I recently switched jobs and my position is more professional. I work at a law firm and deal with clients every day. I also started becoming more involved in professional associations. I decided that I wanted to be a big girl and get a very nice leather bag. When I spend a lot of money on an item, I call it an “investment.” It may be name brand, but I got a deal! I found my leather purse at Marshall’s. It was still a pretty penny though. So I want to be sure that I take good care of it so it really is an investment and not an epic fail.

Leather Care Liniment No. 1 is a milky, water-based natural leather care recipe containing some remarkable leather enriching ingredients. This product contains oils that can be described as ‘lighter’ rather than ‘heavier’ oil types; and, because the product is water-based, it also works as a mild cleaner. You can use Leather Care Liniment often, for a quick, effective, cleaning and revitalizing result.

Leather Care

Just as milk is a primary nutrient for so much of animal and human life, so Chamberlain’s Leather Milk is for all things leather, such as furniture, luxurious auto interiors, leather briefcases, purses, and luggage. Leather needs to be cared for in a particular way and in regular fashion for it to look its best and last for years to come. Chamberlain’s Leather Milk was created for just this purpose! Made from natural, leather-nutrient-rich ingredients; concocted from natural oils and conditioners, plus a few highly classified mystical properties, Chamberlain’s Leather Milk will feed, strengthen, and beautify your leather goods. Try it on your leather coat and matching gloves, or your motorcycle gear. Start Milking your leather today!

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Sue Hull

Thursday 29th of May 2014

I have an Epiphanie bag that I think is leather so I'd clean that with it. I've never heard of this before. I thought it was something for a cold when I first saw the bottle. Lol! Congrats on your new job. Thank you for the cool giveaway :)

Rebecca Parsons

Thursday 29th of May 2014

I would try it on my husbands leather coat and his boots.

rochelle haynes

Wednesday 28th of May 2014

No i never heard of this use it on my leather boots

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