Fiebing’s Resolene

(17 customer reviews)


Resolene acrylic finish from Fiebing’s.



What is Fiebing’s Resolene?

Fiebing’s Resolene is a protective acrylic finish for leather. A flexible and water-resistant coating for dyed, antiqued or polished leathers. Additionally, resolene provides a buffered shine that adds a professional quality look to leather craft projects.

How do I use it?

First of all, make sure leather is clean and dry. Apply thin coat in one-directional strokes to prevent tacky build up. Do not allow to freeze as this will ruin the product.

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4 oz, 32 oz

17 reviews for Fiebing’s Resolene

Based on 17 reviews
  1. Mary (verified owner)

    your products are great!! I will buy again.

  2. Michael S. (verified owner)

    As advertised. Extremely fast shipping.

  3. Darryl (verified owner)

  4. homesteadproductsmt (verified owner)

    I was impressed with the finish and shine I got while using this on my wallets and chest rigs! Really a professional look when I get done.

    Kimberly Johnson
    Homestead Products
    Bigfork, Montana

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  6. Brigitte (verified owner)

    have not tried it yet – a little intimidated by the fear of streaking.

  7. Steven Thomas (verified owner)

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  11. michael c. (verified owner)

    I used this product on black strapping to create a US cavalry waist belt. I need some more practice but it works great. Purchasing from Montana leather was easy and a pleasure in everyway.

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  16. Tammy Northcutt (verified owner)

    Works well 🤠

  17. Walter Lovins (verified owner)

    Very good product, will buy again.

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Q & A

If Fiebing’s Resolene is applied to leather car seats, will it remain intact even if the car is left in sub-zero temperatures for extended periods? Or will it be ruined if frozen even after being applied? Thanks Ryan Hosken asked on August 4, 2023

Hey Ryan! While Resolene would work without fear of freezing issues after it has dried, I don't think I would use it on car upholstery. If you are aiming to put a waterproof coating on your leather seats, I would just use a conditioner like our Blackrock, Mink Oil Paste or Skidmore's.

Pat@MontanaLeatherCompany answered on August 7, 2023 store manager
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