ReviveX® Shoe and Boot Cleaner with Conditioner
ReviveX® Shoe and Boot Cleaner with Conditioner is specifically designed for all full-grain leather footwear. The gel formula provides deep penetrating weatherproofing to keep your feet dry. Gives leather footwear a rich traditional outdoor look. Ideal for GORE-TEX® footwear, GORE-TEX® XCR® footwear and other waterproof breathable footwear.
ReviveX® Shoe and Boot Cleaner is part of the McNett GEAR AID™ product range.
Test on a small inconspicuous area. Will smooth and darken leather. Not for use on fabric.
For best results, apply to clean, dry footwear with laces removed.
1) Pour a small amount of ReviveX boot weatherproofing on a clean rag.
2) Buff into leather surface; ensure all areas are coated evenly.
3) Allow to dry overnight.
Tip: Two applications increase effectiveness. Allow to dry between coats.
„This leather conditioner/Waterproofing gel is AMAZING. I put 2 coats my Wesco Boots in the late spring. I immediately noticed rejuvenating life to the leather, which I was thankful for. Then I used them in rain and mud, in the summer I used them in dust, dirt, and sandy conditions. Then in the fall I used them in rain, snow, and muddy conditions. In the late fall I was fishing, and my boots were 17 inches high, so I was comfortable wading in 10- 12 inches of water. After 3 hours of this they never leaked! And I had not treated them in over 4 months with only 2 coats!!! Absolutely Amazing!!! In the past these boots had leaked in the arch around the welt, and where the tong is stitched into the base of the boot, and with this Revivex Leather Waterproofing Gel by McNett They never leaked!! I would definitely recommend this conditioner/waterproofing gel to everyone with leather boots!“ – Eric, Bellingham, WA
REPAIR YOUR OUTERWEAR
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