Bring your leather back to life
A very versatile product, the application of our all natural leather balm can be used on boots, wallets, belts, bags, dog collars, jackets, saddles, furniture, motorcycle seats, equestrian gear and ideal for all smooth leather goods. Always do a test patch as all leather types are different.
Our balm range uses pure Australian beeswax from our hives and utilise the natural antibacterial and hydration properties of beeswax on your leather. Pure beeswax is commonly used in leather conditioners to improve the softness and texture of the leather, help lock in moisture, and protect the leather from environmental damage. This carefully blended with the best quality nourishing butters, and base oils ensure that using our products is all natural and a true pleasure. This leather balm will keep your leather goods looking fresh and revitalised.
How do I use leather balm?
Firstly, give your leather a clean with about a litre of warm water, mixed with a tablespoon of soap, a few drops of vinegar. This will pre-wash the leather. Let it completely dry before treating your leather.
Extract a tiny blob of leather balm (a little goes a long way) onto a soft clean dry cloth and softly rub it into a test patch to preview the results before applying more. Once you are satisfied with the test patch, softly massage the leather balm in to the rest of the item. If the leather hasn’t been conditioned for a long time you may need to reapply, let that dry and then see if you need to reapply again. All leather is different so always do a test patch first to ensure the leather balm is right for your leather product. Some leathers may darken but usually go back to their natural colour in 24 hours. Do not consume.
Beeswax is one of nature’s most amazing products! The beeswax comes directly from uncapping our honey frames from our hives. It often varies in colour but is majority yellow. It can be used in a very extensive list of projects.
All our beeswax has been lovingly hand-melted with steam and double-filtered but may still contain pollen and honey remnants. Beeswax is often yellow due to the variety of nectar, pollen, and resins gathered by the bees to make the wax and also by thousands of little bee feet walking on the frames every day. When fresh beeswax is first built in the hive it can also be white.
Our happy hives are located on suburban and rural properties from Brisbane to Gympie. We use no chemicals in the management of our bees or the processing of our raw honey or pure beeswax. We are organically minded in every step of our beekeeping journey.
When you buy any of our products you are supporting a local family of beekeepers that support an important industry and other family-run businesses. Dream big for local impact!
Packaging: Aluminum tin
Region: South East Queensland
Processing: Double filtered wax and mixed on a double boiler.
Prices displayed are online prices. Our retail supplier prices may differ. For other gift ideas, check out our Beard Balm to “Tame the wild in your beard”.