Leather Restorer Chamberlain's Healing Balm

1.00 lb

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Product Overview

Chamberlain's Leather Milk has developed a key leather restoration balm for their own business of restoring antique bags, saddles and old World War !! bomber jackets. They have made their all natural proprietary Healing Balm available to everybody. The leather restorer significantly reduce the appearance of scuffs and scratches in fine leather antiques and loved bags.


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  • 5
    Great product

    My leather bag was dry and scratched up. I worked the healing balm in and voila! The bag was like new again!! I’ve included a before and after image since a photo speaks 1000 words.

  • 5
    Healing Balm

    This stuff works like a charm. I have used it on my Saddle Back products as well as on other leather gear. It restores and protects! Great product.

  • 5
    Does the Job!

    I have used this healing balm on all my leather products I own. It works very well in smoothing out scratches and adding moisture to the leather that may be getting dry. This is a must have staple if you own any leather items!

  • 5
    6 Years of Road Warrior Airport Travel Removed

    I've had my slim briefcase for 6 years, and it's been my daily companion. I am in and out of the Atlanta airport 3 weeks out of the month. The poor bag has been thrown in the back of rental cars countless times. Coming up on my 6 years it was time to show some love back to the bag. I purchased the healing balm and couldn't be happier. The bag looks practically new again. I used Number2 to get a good clean out of the leather. I wish I could post pictures of the before and after. Fantastic results. Thanks Saddleback Team!

  • 5
    Great for Restoring Colour

    My second review. I bought a 10 year old 2 rivet classic briefcase in tobacco that probably was never conditioned. This leather was still soft, but two-toned: compared to the brownish patina that developed on the handle and magazine pouch in the back, the bag was almost a yellow colour. After cleaning the bag with Chamberlain's #2, I put the balm on and the two colours blended uniformly into a nice orange-brown. Love this product!!

    One thing to note: you need to let the bag sit for about a week in order for it to fully absorb into the leather (the bag may feel a bit tacky before then).