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A durable protective coating for leather surfaces, Leather Lock blocks staining, reduces abrasion, and resists UV fading. Safe and effective on all top coated leathers, it's perfect for any interior leather surface. When regularly maintained with Fine Leather Cleanser and Leather Cream, Leather Lock ensures that your interior leather is gorgeous and protected for years to come. Be confident knowing your leather is protected - get a bottle today.

  •  Repels liquids to prevent staining
  •  Cuts down on wear-and-tear
  •  Inhibits UV fading
  •  Keeps leather looking and feeling new

Why Leather Lock?

Leather Lock provides durable, hydrophobic protection for leather surfaces. But how does that protection work?

Stop Staining for Easy Cleaning

There are few things more unappealing than seeing a giant coffee stain on brand new leather seats. To make matters worse, removing a stain like that isn’t exactly easy. Wouldn’t it be great if there weren’t a stain in the first place? Leather Lock makes that a reality. Its hydrophobic barrier repels liquids from seeping into your leather’s surface, instead beading them on top for easy cleaning. Just wipe down and you’re good to go!

Reduce Wear and Tear

As you get in and out of your vehicle on a daily basis, your clothes rub against your leather seats, causing abrasion that over time wears out the surface. Even if you’ve maintained your leather as much as possible, abrasion from clothing can still cause it to age prematurely. If you want your leather to last as long as possible, you’ll need to cut down on abrasion – and that’s where Leather Lock excels. It stops your leather from deteriorating by smoothing out its surface, cutting down on friction so your clothes won’t weather your seats.

Maintain Look and Feel

Concerned Leather Lock will add a hard film to your leather? Don't worry - Leather Lock’s shield is totally invisible and won’t change your leather’s feel. Instead, it preserves your leather’s visual and tactile qualities, keeping its color vibrant and its feel soft to the touch. That’s because Leather Lock is packed with UV inhibitors, so your leather won’t fade or dry out in the sun. To keep leather looking and feeling like new, Leather Lock is the way to go. 

Years of Protection

With Leather Lock, you won’t have to reapply every other week. On an undisturbed surface, Leather Lock can last up to three years with proper maintenance. Even on high traffic areas like seats, Leather Lock’s protection will endure up to a year. With just occasional applications of Leather Cream and Fine Leather Cleanser, you’ll get peace of mind knowing your leather’s covered for months to come.

How Does It Work?

When applied, Leather Lock forms a cross-linked bond with your leather surface. Because it’s water-based, there are no harsh chemicals involved – no respirator needed. In the 24-48 hours of cure time, Leather Lock creates a hydrophobic barrier with a net-like structure that allows your leather to breathe while also repelling liquids, reducing friction and inhibiting UV rays.

1. Clean leather surface completely to ensure optimal protection.
2. Saturate a soft, clean microfiber towel with the product. Do not spray directly onto surface.
3. Wipe the surface with saturated towel, overlapping to maintain even coverage.
4. Once applied, do not disturb the surface for at least 3 hours or until completely dry. Leather Lock will take 24-48 hours before it fully cures and takes effect.


Additional Tips

For best results, clean leather with Dr Beasley's Fine Leather Cleanser and condition with Leather Cream before application. 
Before applying, test a small amount in an inconspicuous place to check compatibility with surface. 
To maximize the longevity of your coating, regularly maintain leather with Leather Cream and Fine Leather Cleanser.

Dr. Beasley's Leather Lock

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