TriNova® Leather Conditioner & Restorer is rated
Rated 5 out of
Bring back the TRUE color/smell of your leathe
I literally just received this product today, opened the box and put it right to work on 3 different things:
1. Kitchen table seats.
These seats get used every single day and although I've kept them up with other products and was happy with the results I knew they could look better, here's where this product from TriNova comes in.
I dispensed an even straight line on the provided pad, thank you for that, and got right to it. The product is clear and on the thicker side, so you don't need a lot, it goes a long way. I worked it in and it literally brought back the original color of the seats, started drying pretty quickly as well. The smell is that natural leather smell, not over the top either. Once I was done I stood back to admire the seats, they look and smell great, look fantastic!
2. Old pair of Sketcher casual shoes. I have a pair of shoes that I can't get rid of, over 10 years old and I used this here as well. Now these shoes have scuffs but when I applied it it actually darkened the shoes initially but like with the seats dried quickly and now they have a beautiful color restored back to them.
3. Steering wheel, shift boot and e-brake boot. A cars steering wheel is used the most, naturally, so it really needs to be taken care of. I've used other products in the past and have been happy with the results. I first cleaned the steering wheel and then applied an even line of product on the pad and worked it in, spreads very well here. I had enough on the pad to treat the shift and e-brake boots, these are aftermarket pieces no matter, took to it very well. I'm impressed at how well it dries, I was working down in the garage where the temps were cooler too. Looking forward to grabbing the wheel and driving to work tomorrow morning, I'm sure it's going to feel and smell GREAT!
In closing, looking for a quality, American made product to maintain, condition and restore your leather, well, it's right here!!
Date published: 2018-05-23