Asked by: Waclaw Balabaev
asked in category: General Last Updated: 13th January, 2020

How long should I let mink oil dry?

Wipe away any excess Kiwi Mink Oil from the boots with a separate clean cloth. Set the boots in a cool, dry place and allow them to sit for at least 12 hours, or overnight.

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Similarly, how often should you apply mink oil?

Applying the mink oil on a regular basis (no more than once every 2 weeks) will ensure that your shoes' upper stays healthy and thus lives longer.

Furthermore, what does mink oil do? Mink oil is a source of palmitoleic acid, which possesses physical properties similar to human sebum. Because of this, mink oil is used in several medical and cosmetic products. Mink oil is also used for treating, conditioning and preserving nearly all kinds of leather.

Likewise, should you put mink oil on new boots?

Mink oil will darken your boots a good two or three shades, maybe more. The reason for this is that mink oil penetrates the leather deeply and clogs the pores, forming something of a weather resistant layer on the outside.

Does mink oil dry out leather?

Beyond that, while mink oil is greasy and so tends to stay on, and in, the leather, maybe it won't sink in too far with just the one application. You could even wash the boots with warm, soapy water, rinse thoroughly, and let them dry.

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