Gear: LEATHER LUSTER

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LEATHER LUSTER

LEATHERLUSTER.COM
Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Tools
Price: $13.49
Average Rating:
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(8 Votes)
Description:

The Leather Luster Kit contains a 4oz. can of Leather Luster with an applicator in the can; a 4oz. can of Leather Luster pre-cleaner (used to remove waxes, oils and dyes from the Leather); and a steel wool pad (to buff the finish between coats to achieve a smooth even surface for a high gloss shine). The kit contains all necessary items for several applications Net Wt. 12 oz.

Member Reviews

  • Officerdown8mo_max30
    WDJR154, Sat, 19 Jul 2008 03:20:39 UTC.
    1st review

    GIVE ANY LEATHER ITEM THE HIGH GLOSS FINISH. VERY POPULAR WITH THE LOCAL COPS

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    Twidget, Thu, 04 Dec 2008 08:09:30 UTC.

    Lazy product. A lot of folks use this in the Military. It's not that hard to get a nice shine using polish, with a little effort I can shine boots that look as good as this finish. Even when done properly (which can be difficult to learn) others can tell that the user "cheated" with their shine job. Another plus to using standard wax is the waterproofing properties and longer life of the leather.

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  • Wpns_table_max30
    Bulldog136, Thu, 02 Apr 2009 17:52:09 UTC.

    Havn't used it, mainly because saw too many people that have. The shine looks fake and rots leather.

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  • Newpatch_sq90_max30
    JIMROC, Fri, 24 Apr 2009 16:58:08 UTC.

    great product

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  • Shane_max30
    trooper_hughes, Sun, 05 Jul 2009 02:44:26 UTC.

    It dose give the patten leather look. It is good for the honor guard becuase it takes a lot to scratch. With regular polish if some one steps on your boot then there gose the shine job

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    Anonymous, Mon, 20 Jul 2009 05:10:51 UTC.

    Bad idea to put on anything. First, it makes a tremendous permanent mess. Secondly, after a little wear and tear it begins peeling and cracking. Its not worth the elbow grease of steel wool. Better to just apply regular wax with a heatgun and lightly buff. Half the time and mess!

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  • 004a05242eo_1__max30
    gudlaug, Fri, 13 Nov 2009 04:27:23 UTC.

    I LOVE THIS PRODUCT , I WAS ONE OF ABOUT 3 OUT OF A GROUP OF CLOSE TO 100 THAT WOULD USE THIS AND I STILL DO ,,,,BEST LOOKING COMBAT BOOTS AROUND.=) YOU CAN SEE YOUR FACE IN THE SHINE......

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  • Cartman_police_max30
    campo35, Wed, 12 Jun 2013 00:23:34 UTC.

    This product will crack when it hardens. Don't get me wrong, it will look great for a little while, but then it turns to crap.

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