Can You Use WD40 Grease For Leather?

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you use grease when you are working with leather

so that might have lead to the question about bike greasers, like oil and lubcricants. 

but it is a big big no no - dont use the WD40 on leather, because its used to remove moisture from surfaces and not for proteticing leather.

Leather is a natural product and you want to keep the softness and strenght in the product for most durability.

You can use like fats and leather conditioners, and not a product like the WD40 because it might actually damage the leather instead.

i would go as far as to say, that if you got any wd40 on leather, you might go ahead and treat some of that material to make it last longer - with beeswax or something even better.

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