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Product Code: 3E110080

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This brilliant waterproofing wax not only keeps feet dry, but it can be used on either wet or dry leather and once applied, the items treated can be used immediately without waiting for the wax to dry. Its fast-acting, deeply penetrative ingredients add water repellency, reduce water absorption and maintain breathability. It also revives the appearance of leather, maintains its suppleness and even adds to or enhances the shine.


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FREE RETURNS to any Cotswold Outdoor store

Product Features

  • Solvent free
  • Waterbased
  • Suitable for all types of smooth leather
  • 100ml

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3 Customer reviews for this product

 
Used for the first time
Reviewed By Steve, 28 Feb 2013

Used for the first time on a pair of Meindl Burmas. Impressed with the easy applicator and how little of the product you need to use to get good coverage. Seems to be doing a good job so far

 

 

 
Best waterproofing wax for motorcycle leathers
Reviewed By Aled, 03 Nov 2011

After trying countless waxes, creams and solutions for general winter waterproofing, I've finally found the perfect product. Had great advice from a staff member that suggested not only using the cream for my walking boots but also on motorcycle leathers - with exceptional results. Thank you very much for making the winter months much more comfortable!

 

 

 
Does exactly what it says on the tube.
Reviewed By Ian, 30 Jun 2011

After years of using the tins of solid nikwax, and not finding any in the Covent Garden store, I thought I'd give this cream a go, on the advice of the assistant.
Works just as well as the wax ever has; kept the leather completely dry all through a soggy few days tramping about the Yorkshire dales.
I still prefer to rub in using my fingers rather than the sponge, just feels like you're working it into the leather that bit more.
Also, 50pence of the manufacturer's printed RRP isn't too shabby either!
The assistant in store was also able to give some useful advice on making some minor repairs to my boots, which was greatly appreciated.