Beeswax Leather Polish

(7 customer reviews)


Hand Poured British Beeswax CLEANS, SEALS & PROTECTS Handcrafted in Wales UK – Natural Beeswax Leather Balm for Leather to Protect and Restore Suitable for Leather Sofa, Jacket, Shoes, Boots and Car Interiors

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One of the best quality and most effective Beeswax Leather Polish & Conditioning Restorers available. Our 100% natural and pure bees wax leather polish & conditioning restorer will clean, moisturise, nourish and protect leather furniture, leather shoes, leather handbags, leather hiking boots, saddlery, leather car interior and Antique leather, bringing back the Natural Lustre and Beauty and giving it the perfect, lasting, durable and protecting finish. **

What’s Great About Our Beeswax Leather Polish?

  • Moisturises and Nourishes: Our Beeswax Leather Polish & Conditioning Restorer has been formulated for use on all types of leather. Our 100% natural pure British Beeswax formula will nourish and moisturise and your leather, making it soft and supple again and help protect and prevent it from cracking and drying out
  • Prolongs the Life of Your Leather: Nourishes, Conditions and Protects and revives dry, cracked old leather, leaving no greasy residue as the moisture is locked in by the natural protective properties of the Beeswax
  • Suitable for All Leather Colours: Suitable for all leather colours such as black, brown, grey, navy and white leather, although the effect is less visible on white leather
  • 100% Pure British Beeswax and safe to use: Our Beeswax Leather Polish & Conditioning Restorer has been carefully formulated using Beeswax that is 100% organically produced and humanely harvested
  • 100% Natural sustainable ingredients, biodegradable, environmentally friendly, Natural Beeswax, Olive Oil and
    Refined Shea Butter. Does Not contain any Chemicals, Perfumes, or Preservatives and is Hand Made and Hand Poured in Wales
  • Our 100% Natural and Pure Beeswax Leather Polish & Conditioning Restorer will clean, moisturise, nourish and protect leather furniture, leather shoes, leather handbags, leather hiking boots, saddlery, leather car interior and Antique leather, bringing back the Natural Lustre and Beauty and giving it the perfect, lasting, durable and protecting finish


This product is NOT suitable for use on faux leather, suede or Nubuck leather.

For more information on why Beeswax is great for polishing leather, click here!

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Starter 30ml, Standard 100ml


Natural Beeswax
Olive Oil
Refined Shea Butter

How To Use

  1. Be sure the item to be polished and conditioned is clean and dust free; Apply polish using a lint free cloth moving in circular motions, being sure to rub well into seams, stitches, and creases.
  2. Wait a few minutes, then buff with a clean lint free cloth; Can be applied several times, if leather is particularly dry.
  3. Allow item to dry completely before using/wearing. Repeat every few months, or more often with items you use regularly.


Packaging material: Aluminium

The round aluminium tin container  features a smooth screw lid with an internal EPE liner. The EPE liner offers chemical resistance and helps preserve the product inside. As aluminium is resistant to corrosion, these tins are suitable for holding water-based products, and are perfect for wax or balm.

This metal packaging is coated in a food safe lacquer, making them also suitable for food items such as herbs and spices.

7 reviews for Beeswax Leather Polish

  1. C. C. Chivers

    It took me the whole day, but I finally managed to wax my new leather jacket. Testing it before and after, the leather is now more water resistant, the water just balling on the leather and not sinking in. I used some on my settee, but it didn’t seem to make any of the marks any less prominent unfortunately.

    Working with the wax was a pleasure as the scent was delightful. It was even better once the mixture warmed up and I could get a decent amount onto the cloth which sped up the process. What I appreciated the most was being able to use the wax without worrying about getting any toxic chemicals onto my skin and therefore absorbing them into my body. I was able to work freely, getting a lot of the mixture onto my hands and simply rubbing it in to moisturise them.

  2. Albert O


    It is important to look after leather, which does need to be nourished. This is an excellent product, really rich and nourishing.

    The polish is, unlike liquid types, a hard wax compound, which does take a bit of effort to actually extract. Rubbing with a cloth doesn’t really pick much up to speak of. I found that by using my thumbnail through the cloth did the trick.

    Once you have gotten some from the tin, it isn’t difficult to then work into the leather, the effect being absolutely brilliant. Definitely better than some liquid types, much better in fact.

    Overall, this is a real quality product, not cheap, but worth it to look after your leather (car seats, sofas, etc.

    I hope this is helpful

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  3. G. Boy

    Wax on. Wax off. ️[100ml/3.38floz]

    Comes in a nicely presented metal tin that will keep the contents safe.

    This is a really nice product. Made in Wales from 100% natural beeswax, olive oil & shea butter; sounds good enough to eat – but don’t. Really great smell when you open the tin, it wafts me back to my great uncles house. He lived in a hobbit like old toll house & was a cabinet maker. The house always smelled of wax polishes & pipe smoke, I loved being there. My father was also a great believer in having me polish things as a child, silver, brass, wood & shoes. Rather than growing to hate it I now find the act of polishing things relaxing & cathartic.

    If you live in a cold house you may want to warm the tin/wax slightly before using as its relatively hard. Just place it near the fire or radiator for a while & it’ll soon soften & be much easier to apply with a brush, lint free cloth or micro-fibre cloth. Simply apply a little to the leather & work in in circular movements, slowly working it in. Once fully worked in leave it for a while then give it a buff up & depending on the leather it’ll take a nice shine.

    The first thing I tried it on was the old leather chesterfield. It’s getting on a bit & was crying-out for a bit of TLC. The wax gives back some moisture to the areas of high wear & softens the brittle leather leaving it supple. I also gave a coating to an old WW I British Army leather jerkin I saved from a woodshed. The wax soon had the old leather looking like a burnished conker with that deep gleam that only old leather that’s had years of polishing can attain. It’s really lovely stuff.

    Being undyed/natural coloured its suitable for any colour of leather though you’ll likely notice it on white leather so you may not want to use it on your spectator or cricket shoes.

    100ml/3.38floz may not seem like a lot but a little goes a long way, the manufacturer reckons a single tin could do 10 couches or 25 leather jackets or 250 pairs of shoes. So for the £8.95 price that would work out to 3½p per pair of shoes. Very nice product & I’d buy more when this eventually runs out.

  4. K. Indle

    Good product.

    I liked it… does what it says on the tin.

  5. Jeff

    Excellent Beeswax Balsam For Conditioning and Waterproofing Leather Goods
    This beeswax balsam is an excellent and versatile product which goes a long way in nourishing and prolonging the lifespan of any variety of genuine leather goods. In our household we’ve already gone to town on conditioning, moisturising and waterproofing our hiking boots and making leather belts more supple, also bringing the lustre back to the wife’s leather purses and handbags; all very successfully.

    The 100% pure beeswax comes densely packed in a 3”diameter round tin with lid. This powerful product works so well by just simply rubbing a little of the wax into the leather on a soft cloth and working it in and a little goes a long way. We should get considerable use from this beeswax for some time to come. At just under £10 for 100ml, I think this is good value for money.

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  6. Jasmine

    Superb food for leather
    Feed your leather – keep it supple and looking good!

    This is one of the best I’ve come across – use a decent sized dab on a cloth and circle it into your leather sofa, jackets, trousers and so on.

    The better the leather, the more it’s appreciated. Don’t bother using it on faux leather (PU leather – polyurethane).

    Highly recommended.

  7. Mark B (verified owner)

    Really impressed with the beeswax leather polish. Very easy to apply and leaves a very nice finish.

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