oil Can Safflower help your Leather Furniture?
Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) is indigenous from central China eastward all the way to the coast of Africa. It is a highly branched thistle-like annual plant. It is commercially cultivated for vegetable oil extracted from the seeds and was used by the early Spanish colonies along the Rio Grande as a substitute for saffron (Ref: Wiki).
Vitamin E is one of the extracted oils from the Safflower seeds and has excellent moisturizing properties. Generally, Vitamin E oil is a widely accepted component in many expert leather cleaning formulas. (Vitamin E oil can also be extracted from other plant source like soybeans, wheat and almonds.)
After testing, and with over two decades of experience, Logos Associates has successfully formulated our own cleaner and conditioner using vitamin E sourced from safflower. We have found this formula to marry very well with our complimentary additives to rejuvenate and extend the life of your quality leather furniture. In comparison with other vitamin E sources, we have concluded the safflower extracted version to reveal the best long term results.
Logos Associates recommends treating your leather furniture at least twice a year for optimum results.
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