FINISHED LEATHER Using a damp cloth, build a light lather with a small amount of saddle soap. We suggest Fiebing's Saddle Soap in white.  Lightly rub onto the leather in a circular motion. Wipe away the lather without getting the leather wet. Polish with a dry towel and finish by treating with a leather conditioner like Fiebing's Aussie Conditioner.   It's rich and a little goes a long way.  Allow to set in for a while and buff to a lovely shine with a clean, soft rag.

 

OIL TAN  Using a damp cloth, build a light lather with a small amount of saddle soap. We suggest Fiebing's Saddle Soap in white.  Lightly rub the on the leather in a circular motion. Wipe away the lather without getting the leather too wet. Polish with a dry towel and finish by treating with a mild leather conditioner such as Fiebing's Leather Balm.   Allow to set in for a while and buff with a clean, soft rag to a lovely satiny gloss.  Do not use Aussie Conditioner with the oil tanned leather.  It is too oily for the oil tanned leather and will leave a slightly sticky finish on your bag. 

 

NATURAL VEG TAN LEATHER With a damp cloth, make a rich lather with Fiebing's Saddle Soap.  Rub the saddle soap into the leather in a circular motion, working it into a light lather. Wipe away the lather and air dry the leather completely. Finish by oiling with a preservative such as mink oil or  Fiebing's Aussie Conditioner.  This process will darken the leather to a lovely golden color.