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This Mink oil balm - is one of the best leather care products for your leather shoes, boots and sole. 

Use it regularly to keep your memery shoes in perfect condition for many years. 


How To Use

  1. Clean the leather: Before applying the mink oil balm, clean the leather. Use a soft cloth or brush to scrub any dirt or stains gently.
  2. Apply mink oil balm: Using a clean cloth or sponge, apply a small amount of mink oil balm to the leather in a circular motion. Be sure to cover the entire surface of the leather, paying particular attention to any particularly dry or cracked areas.
  3. Let it soak in to the leather: After applying the mink oil balm, allow it to soak into the leather for at least 30 minutes. If the leather is very dry, you may need to apply a second coat of mink oil balm.
  4. Buff the leather: Using a clean, dry cloth, buff the leather to remove any excess cream and restore its shine.
Repeat as necessary. Depending on how often the leather is used, you may need to repeat this process every few months to keep it in good condition.


Mink Oil: 85%
Bee Wax: 5%
Vaseline: 10%

Important: Do not use mink oil on suede material, Like Esther, Luise, Ida or Ella. Only use on it leather and leather sole.

History of Mink Oil

Mink oil, a natural byproduct of the fur industry, has its roots in the early 20th century. During this time, mink farmers stumbled upon a remarkable substance within mink fat that possessed distinctive qualities, perfectly suited for enhancing leather care products.

Mink oil boasts a significant concentration of oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid closely akin to the oils naturally present in human skin. This unique composition renders it an exceptional moisturizing and conditioning agent for leather. Its ability to penetrate deep into the fibers restores and safeguards the leather's innate oils.

Beyond its moisturizing prowess, mink oil also exhibits water-resistant properties, effectively shielding leather against moisture-related damage. Consequently, it has found particular favor in the realm of outdoor leather goods, such as boots, jackets, and bags.