Hunter Holster Butter Leather Conditioner 2oz

  • Product #: 217989
  • Manufacturer #: 024-18
  • UPC #: 021771456780
Hunter Holster Butter Leather Conditioner 2oz
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Product Overview

Holster Butter is a traditionally made formula that works outstanding well for conditioning and naturally waterproofing leather holsters, scabbards, belts, knife sheaths, boots, tack, saddlery, and more.  Holster Butter will deeply condition and waterproof leather items without compromising hard molded leather such as holsters or scabbards.  Not appropriate for use on suede or nubuck leathers. 


  • Great for conditioning and waterproofing
  • 2 oz container
  • Traditionally made formula
  • Not for Suede or Nubuck leathers
  • Ingredients
    • Colorado Sourced Pure Beef Tallow
    • Lanolin Oil
    • Bees Wax
    • Leather Scent

Directions for Use: Apply Holster Butter to clean leather, scooping a bit out with your fingertips and massaging into your leather. The heat from your hand helps to get Holster Butter deeper into the leather fibers. Holster Butter is also not only safe but healthy for YOUR skin, too.  Bonus!  Continue with applications until leather is saturated and does not absorb any more butter. For best results, let sit at least 10 minutes, then gently buff with a cloth or soft bristled brush until surface has a deep gleam, is smooth to the touch and no longer tacky. Because Holster Butter absorbs so well, buffing your leather is fast and easy to get that deep luxurious gleam!  For especially dry leather, this entire process can be repeated multiple times. Note: Holster Butter might DARKEN leather, as it deeply nourishes, conditions, and protects it. If this is a concern, test in a small, out of site area.  Take special care when conditioning carved or tooled leather or seams- Holster Butter can get stuck down in the carved areas. If you do get Butter in seams or tooling, an old tooth brush works great to get it out, or a short blast with a hair dryer will help melt and drive the excess leather balm into the fibers of your leather. Lastly, a little goes a long ways!


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