Wool over your eyes

Lanolin (sourced from sheep fleece) is mentioned above as another no go ingredient. We are faced with two dramas using it; one, it again cannot penetrate the polyurethane top coat, stopping the moisture from getting to the hide, and two; the greasy, smelly film it leaves beds into the clothes of those unfortunate enough to sit in the seat after a treatment, which could be seen as a good kiwi attractant when walking through Bondi, but not really what most of us are after as a bi-product. Most greasy 'leather conditioners' will be using Lanolin.