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    Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Thought i`d do a small review of some BLC I received as a sample with an order some time ago, just never got around to trying it until now. So lets get started with the review!

    Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    The claim: BLACKFIRE Leather Conditioner keeps leather soft with state-of-the-art breathable polymers. Extreme UV protection resists leather yellowing and photo oxidation. The non-slick, satin finish created by Leather Conditioner resists abrasion, arming your car’s leather seats against daily wear and tear. In addition, BLACKFIRE Leather Conditioner leaves a moisture barrier to prevent moisture from breaking down leather or stitching.

    Directions: For best results using, thoroughly clean surface first using BlACKFIRE Interior Cleaner. Apply a dime-size amount of BLACKFIRE Leather Conditioner onto a foam or microfiber applicator and thoroughly massage into the leather. Allow lotion to penetrate for several seconds. Then lightly buff with a microfiber towel to remove any excess.

    I cleaned with Blackfire interior cleaner, and used a microfiber cloth with a dime size amount as directed.





    After some time absorb, i buffed off with a supreme 530.

    Conclusion: This stuff works very well, soaks into the leather and is not in any way slimy and greasy. Leather feels much softer and supple after, and smells decent (can`t describe, kind of like a manly air freshener)

    The price is a little to steep for my taste sadly, but would jump at the chance to get it If it went on sale. After everything, yes I would recommend it. It preformed above my expectations. I ended up using the rest of the sample bottle up in this customers vehicle. Hope you enjoyed my review!

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    Re: Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Great review, Colin!

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    Re: Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Thanks for the review Colin!

    In the past BFLC was polycharged, and that was the thing that I recommend to my frds who has uncoated leather.. because it forms a layer of polymer on leather for water beading and protection..

    Is the new BFLC polycharged? If yes I can continue to recommend it, if no I will recommend Sonus or Four Star instead.

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    Nice review Colin !!!

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    Re: Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Great review!

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    Re: Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Thanks for you`re review. I am assuming you didn`t apply it to the perforated leather, correct?

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    Re: Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Quote Originally Posted by dc52nv View Post
    Thanks for you`re review. I am assuming you didn`t apply it to the perforated leather, correct?
    oh yeah, no way haha. Would of clogged the whole thing in white. Had to use some of my other stuff for that

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    Re: Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Quote Originally Posted by PPLd View Post
    Thanks for the review Colin!

    In the past BFLC was polycharged, and that was the thing that I recommend to my frds who has uncoated leather.. because it forms a layer of polymer on leather for water beading and protection..

    Is the new BFLC polycharged? If yes I can continue to recommend it, if no I will recommend Sonus or Four Star instead.
    "maximum amount of conditioning oils, protective polymers and UV-absorbers in the formula"

    Unsure if its poly-charged, but I assume the formula never changed. I`m sure Todd will chime in on this one

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    Re: Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Great review Colin...

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    Re: Product Review: Blackfire Leather Conditioner

    Great review. The formula was updated to improve the durability. I`m not sure if it contains polycharger additive or not but I do know the newest version is more durable then the previous.

 

 

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