Minggu, 03 April 2011

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Original Penguin Sno Seal Beeswax

Original Penguin Sno Seal Beeswax

Anyone living in the snowbelt will attest to the fact that your shoes need to be protected from the water, ice, snow and salt. Sno-Seal is the real deal. Manufactured in Pennsylvania, this product is made using pure beeswax. The compound is easily applied and they even suggest that you warm the leather on your shoes a bit to aid in the absorption of the sno-seal. I gave each of my three pairs of footwear a good swath of the product, rubbed it in good, gave it a final coat and let them sit near the heater vent overnight. Later in the afternoon I took another clean thick rag and buffed the shoes out, removing any excess. The leather looks great and on a pair of pecan shoes I have, the product did not really darken the leather that much-but, they warn you on the label it could darken the leather. Once you have treated your shoes with sno-seal you can put polish on the shoe and they shine up real nice. A great American product manufactured in Pennsylvania! 5 Stars. By the way, 2 pairs of shoes and 1 pair of boots and I used less than half a jar..., this product goes a long way

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9 komentar:

  1. A friend of mine is a real live bootmaker (yea he makes them from scratch). He turned me on to this product almost 20 years ago and it is, along with Lexol, the only products I use on my leather products. This product is great at protecting boots that are exposed to severe weather (read snow, ice, slush, salt), and keeping your feet DRY. Great product, you can't go wrong with this one. Check out the Lexol too. It replaces the lost natural oils that keep leather supple. He told me NEVER to use mink oil as it will allow the vamp to collapse down to your ankles.

    BalasHapus
  2. I bought this for my husband's hiking boots and he loved applying it to them and it seems to be working very well. I will definitely buy more in the future!

    BalasHapus
  3. i put on sno seal before i went fishing, it was raining all day and my feet never got wet

    BalasHapus
  4. With only one generous application my favorite boots which I have three pairs of (I did say they were my favs)are now close too waterproof. I am sure if I stood long enough they might leak but I stomp through many puddles this past week and my socks are DRY!!!

    BalasHapus
  5. All my leather, winter boots have Sno-Seal on them. It's a great product that doesn't hurt the leather (I've had a pair of Eddie Bauer climbing boots for over forty years--bought the Sno-Seal with them--and they've had it on them from the start, and the leather looks great, like they were bought last year). I like to rub the wax on with my fingers and then use a standard hair dryer to quickly melt it into the leather (it does, naturally, darken the leather). It goes a long way, too.

    BalasHapus
  6. Anyone living in the snowbelt will attest to the fact that your shoes need to be protected from the water, ice, snow and salt. Sno-Seal is the real deal. Manufactured in Pennsylvania, this product is made using pure beeswax. The compound is easily applied and they even suggest that you warm the leather on your shoes a bit to aid in the absorption of the sno-seal. I gave each of my three pairs of footwear a good swath of the product, rubbed it in good, gave it a final coat and let them sit near the heater vent overnight. Later in the afternoon I took another clean thick rag and buffed the shoes out, removing any excess. The leather looks great and on a pair of pecan shoes I have, the product did not really darken the leather that much-but, they warn you on the label it could darken the leather. Once you have treated your shoes with sno-seal you can put polish on the shoe and they shine up real nice. A great American product manufactured in Pennsylvania! 5 Stars. By the way, 2 pairs of shoes and 1 pair of boots and I used less than half a jar..., this product goes a long way

    BalasHapus
  7. Great product! There is a LOT of this product - much more than you need to apply to one pair of shoes. I have let my friends all use some as well and I still have at least half of the jar left. Considering you only need to reapply once a year or so, this is a great value and it repels water/salt perfectly.

    BalasHapus
  8. Clifford Pickett26 November 2013 09.32

    I warm our boots first with a blow dryer and then applied the Snoseal which makes it easy to apply. Boots look great. Too soon to comment on effectiveness. Based on how it was absorbed in the leather and other reviews I'm not concerned.

    BalasHapus