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Now the fun part
Mink oil saturation and break in. :-)
Out of curiosity, is it important to apply mink oil to my leather products? This is pretty much my first true leather item I have ever owned, so I'm not completely familiar on how to take care of it.
Is it okay if I just use it in its current condition? Or is it better to apply oil to it?
I've don't it for years on my unfinished leather, others I know just use a leather conditioner. It's a personal preference thing for me more then anything.
TBH, if you've never had any leather products or no unfinished kinda, I'd recommend looking up leather care and see what will work for you.
For what it's worth, here's mine after I put a fair amount of mink oil in it.
Looks great! Thank you for your purchase!
Was a first for me. Usually leave what I'm oiling in the sun. Didn't have much the past couple days. So I set the wallet in my small oven for a bit between cooking my dinner. LoL
Works pretty good for mink oiling, stuff liqifies in seconds, get a lot more in to the leather in a really short span.
Figure I'd upload some newer snaps. Shows how mine's aging with the mink oil.
Oh man, update pics? Bet it looks better after 108 days : )
I'll post some pics as soon as I get my Dropbox app sorted. silly app crashes FTL
Wow, awesome. Can I ship you another fold wallet, borrow yours for a week to take some shots for the product page and ship it back? So many of the items we list look better with age but it's always hard to show when we get the brand new samples.