DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROTECTOR AND WEATHER GUARD

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Q: What is the difference between the Weather Guard, Dubbin Protector, and Water Resistant Protector products? Which ones might darken shoes and can they be used for leather handbags?

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Weather Guard

  • Aerosol spray for easy application.
  • Takes 24 hours to cure and repel water.
  • Works on leather, suede, nubuck, canvas, fabric, and nylon
  • Does not darken most materials, test on small area first.
  • Can be used on handbags and apparel.

Dubbin Protector

  • Vaseline-like substance applied using included sponge.
  • Repels water as soon as it’s applied.
  • Recommended to be used on smooth leathers.
  • May darken materials, test on small area first.
  • Can be used on handbags and apparel.

Water Resistant Protector

  • Cream-like substance applied using built in applicator sponge.
  • Repels water as soon as it’s applied.
  • Recommended to be used on smooth leathers.
  • May darken materials, test on small area first.
  • Can be used on handbags and apparel.

Weather Guard creates an invisible silicone shield that offers superlative protection from rain, and dirt, while allowing the material to breathe.

It rejuvenates, nourishes and softens all genuine leather products. Remove surface dirt; apply with a clean Walter’s Premium Shoe Shine Cloth.

For a neat and easy way to moisturize, condition and waterproof genuine and synthetic leathers, nothing beats our Water Resistant Protector.

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