Leather (and canvas) conditioner and waterproofer

When the weather turns wet, and the old work boots (or leather hat, etc) just is not waterproof any more, think about using a leather conditioner to rehydrate and waterproof the pores and stitching of the leather.  (note – this conditioner can be used on canvas tent material as well)

Amber’s work boots were dry, […]

Holiday Shopping – (or Get Your Honey on 11 December in Plano, Tx)

Harmony Hollow will be a VIP vendor at the upcoming Holistic Festival of Life & Wellness on 11 December 2016, selling honey and more.

This event is free to the public to attend!  Plenty of vendors to choose from for all of your holiday shopping needs and wants.  Get a VIP pass for special […]

Portable Skylight? or Solar Wax Melter?

To the untrained eye – this may simply look like an innocent portable outdoor solar-powered skylight.  However, to the trained and experienced eye – a solar wax melter is seen.

Take off the lid, and you may see the remnants of honeycomb that has been cleaned of it’s honey by honeybees – and then placed […]

Harmony Hollow – Leather Conditioner

Harmony Hollow now offers a proprietary blend of beeswax and neatsfoot oil as a conditioner “paste” for leather.  Solid at room temperature, it softens easily with the warmth of your hands, and can be worked into your untreated leather.

I personally use it to condition and waterproof my leather boots and gloves.  It keeps […]

November 13-15 2015- Blisstonia Experience (Goliad, Tx – vending)

Harmony Hollow Apiary / Rex Smith will be vending at the Blisstonia Experience in November 2015. (Fri-Sun – 13th-15th – Near Goliad, Texas).  I will have the following products at the event:

Harmony Hollow Honey Wood Conditioner/Sealer Leather Conditioner Bohemian Utopia – Bohemian wearables (bags, wrap skirts, tops)

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Cowgirl Boots – Leather Restored and Conditioned

My daughter was given these cowgirl boots as a holiday gift approximately 6 years ago.  She wears them pretty regularly while working with horses.   Riding, cleaning stalls, tromping through fields and streams, and more.   They have been well used, and the leather was DRY.   Until yesterday, she had not treated the leather with anything (nor […]

Leather Crafting

A North Texas leathercrafter contacted me for beeswax earlier in the year. His intention was to use it in a recipe as a leather conditioner and waterproofing (or water-resistant) agent. He used beeswax, and softened the wax with Neatsfoot oil. You can find recipes to fit your needs in many publications or online. Here’s his […]