- Cleans, preserves, waterproofs!
- For use on all black leather & vinyl.
- Contains NO Silicone!
- Applicator included.
- 4 fl oz. bottle
The Original Doc Bailey's Leather Black actually contains a dye pigment that restores lost colour. It also cleans, nourishes and waterproofs. Doc Bailey's Leather Black gently cleans leather with specially formulated detergents which actually lift dirt out, opening the pores of the leather allowing the lanolin oil to flow into the leather nourishing and softening it. Doc Bailey's Leather Black actually penetrates deep into the leather to restores lost colour. As a finishing touch, special waxes lock the colour in which protects and waterproofs your leather. Not for use on Buckskin or Suede.
Kit includes 4 oz. Leather Black, applicator and applicator cloth.
Below is a picture of a customer's Classic Motorcycle Jacket II. He was in an accident and used Doc Bailey's to help rejuvenate his motorcycle jacket.
Posted by Maxtor on Nov 23rd 2016
Bought this to try on a 20 year old black leather jacket. The back had gotten a white chalky look. Leather was still nice so I hoped the product might help. Jacket now looks great. Try this product!
Posted by 103Softail on Nov 5th 2016
The Auzzie sun had badly faded my Fox jacket after 2 years and some 16000km of riding. I used some of the Harley black that came with saddlebags but that stuff just rubbed straight off again so I got some of the docs. Applied as per instructions, it just rubbed off too leaving a glossier, faded leather. Apparently the only way to restore is by first stripping the leather and then applying a leather dye so save yer $ so I've decided to wear the faded look.
We have been using Doc Bailey's to treat leather for years and customers are normally happy with the results.
Wow. It is magic
Posted by Adam McDuff on Jun 14th 2010
I received my leather black yesterday and conditioned my jacket, chaps and boots last night. My jacket was beginning to fade and was getting stiff. All I can say is that it looks and feels new again. I was amazed. I had previously used a beeswax waterproofer that left a sticky residue and an unnatural shine. When I finished with the leather black the jacket had a dull sheen like it is supposed to have and was soft again. Thank you for a great product.