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^lovely! what are those white stitches at the corners of the patch? I don't know Samurai that well- are they always there? Left over from a paper flasher? Or are they from a repair?

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^lovely! what are those white stitches at the corners of the patch? I don't know Samurai that well- are they always there? Left over from a paper flasher? Or are they from a repair?

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it's a personalized [added-on] feature_ most of my jeans have them. it started as a means to reinforce a Denime patch [about to fall off] & then it became a ritual before they queue in for rotation.

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does anybody use obenaufs on their leather patches before the hot soak so it repels the water to prevent shrinking/cracking?

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so good

Gorgeous patch - ostrich leather - amazing

My pair due in the post have a navy alligator patch so I agree totally - SO SO GOOD

Do exotic leathers need treating to keep them looking that great?

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+1 to the use of Obenauf's on patches. I always use a really thin coating on patches after a soak or wash.

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+1 to the use of Obenauf's on patches. I always use a really thin coating on patches after a soak or wash.

do most people use the obenauf heavy duty lp or the leather oil?

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do most people use the obenauf heavy duty lp or the leather oil?

I use the lp, and I'm fairly confident others do as well.

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Thanks a lot for the advice because I wouldn't want to ruin the patch.

They're due next week but I won't be washing them for a while.

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Hey guys, I am a complete newb to leather care and have been rocking brands without leather patches for a while now, but I just got some Flat Head BSP's and want to do right by the leather patch. That said, how can I go from the leather patch as it comes 

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to something more like this

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I understand some of this has to do with just wearing and breaking in. But should I be using polish to darken? What specific products should I be investing in? Obenauf's has been mentioned specifically a few times in the thread.  But which product? Just the Obenauf's Oil? Obenauf's Heavy LP? I'd appreciate if those that know could break off a newb with some knowledge.

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I understand some of this has to do with just wearing and breaking in. But should I be using polish to darken? What specific products should I be investing in? Obenauf's has been mentioned specifically a few times in the thread.  But which product? Just the Obenauf's Oil? Obenauf's Heavy LP? I'd appreciate if those that know could break off a newb with some knowledge.

also two different kinds of leather, in time and with care yours will look more like bradi's

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