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I have a new flesh out sheep skin (no wool) trail jacket. I have been told by a few people that it should be greased. One to make it waterproof, and second to make it look nice and used. Anyone have any suggestions, or should I just leave it age on its own.
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Ken

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Ken, I can't think of any grease or oil that won't darken leather. I don't much care for the cleaning and oiling properties of Lexol, most leather manufactures that make a recomendation, recomend lexol, but it seems that it would be the best bet if you really want to go this route. It would be best if you tried a small area that can't be seen before you start.

My thoughts would be to wear it!! As often and as long as you can. It won't take long till it starts to display your personality!!


Good luck on this quest!


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Thanks!!

Thanks for the info on the leather. I'll let you know how it comes out. I'll take a picture prior to, and after. This is a great sight!

Ken
(Thinking about Kenny Munny for the alias)
 
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