Restorer and protector
Preserves – Protects – Polishes
This unique formula was developed originally for use on fine leather book
What Can IT Restore and protect?
Accessible Preservatives cleans, restores, preserves and protects all leathers, except suede, in one quick and easy application. It may be used on:
- Leatherbound Books
- Shoes and Boots
- Saddles, Harness and Tack
- Luggage, Handbags and Briefcases
- Clothing And Belts
- Sporting Goods
- Field Gear
- Automotive and Boat Interiors
- Antiques and Furniture
How does it work?
Accessible Preservatives produces a lustrous protective coating for your leather products while still leaving them pliable and supple.
We believe that no other product can satisfy such a wide a variety of uses while providing all the unique benefits of Accessible Preservatives.
This unique formula was developed originally for use on fine leather book bindings, but has proven equally useful when applied to virtually all leather products, except for suede. It is compounded of animal and non-drying oils.
PENETRATES ALL NATURAL LEATHERS
CONTAINS NO FLAMMABLE OR VOLATILE COMPONENTS
REPLACES ORIGINAL OILS, PREVENTING EMBRITTLEMENT AND OTHER TOLLS OF TIME
PROVIDES A DEFENSIVE BUFFER AGAINST EXTERNAL POLLUTANTS
WILL NOT IRRITATE THE SKIN
EFFECTS DEEP PENETRATION THAT ASSURES A SCUFF RESISTANT SURFACE WITH A RICH PATINA
What is in it?
Accessible Preservatives is a clear and odorless organic compound containing
no hazardous or toxic ingredients and is comprised of:
Neatsfoot oil has been used for centuries to condition, soften, and preserve leather.
Beeswax works as a polishing component and protective agent. .
Microwax is a microcrystalline compound that creates virtually moisture proof surfaces. This offers a more protective and longer lasting surface than oil, especially for materials that are touched frequently by human hands.
What our customers say
“At The Book
“I used Accessible Preservatives to restore a dried-out brittle 1887 edition of The Waverly Novels. The leather bindings look and feel like new, with a subtle sheen that enhances their appearance. I also have applied it to several pairs of boots with good results.”Peter Stevens
“We restore car and boat interiors. Before re-sewing leather upholstery we ask customers to apply Accessible Preservatives. In about a month the leather becomes pliable enough so that we can re-stitch it without replacing anything, saving time and money. We also use it on any leather restorations. The customers love it, and buy a lot from us.”Rose Santos