It looks awful because people don't do it right. It's actually kind-of hard to get black leather wrong. You just keep putting on dye till no more will soak in.View attachment 235265 View attachment 235273 A specialist who works with leather said not to dye because they don't soak evenly as I have seen on other bikes that look awful. I tried the Indian conditioner but it made no difference. So I tried coconut oil raw organic. It soaked it up like crazy and a lot of the color returned and they loo
Is that a fact? Cool. I'll let my wife know. She's allergic to peanuts so has been using grape-seed oil instead but that stuff sure isn't as cheap as peanut. But I suppose coconut might be just as expensive. I have no idea since I've not looked at it for that purpose. Got some but had it for seems like for ever since a little goes a long way with how I use it. Makings for my own home brew beard balm. So I'll let her know about the no burning thing. She'll probably say, "I know that !". You know, can't win with a wife.I drink coconut oil, get those great medium-long chain fatty acids. Very good for you. Fry with it too, it won't burn.
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