Gannaway - Highland Dressing
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Specifically designed and manufactured to compliment Gannaway Pipe Bag leather but perfect for use with any leather bag.
Highlander Dressing aids with moisture control by drawing moisture to the walls of the bag and helps to keep leather in top condition.
Use a small amount every so often, or if the inside of your bag appears dry, to ensure the best performance of your Pipe Bag.
Easy to use, requires no heating.
Note: Due to modern tanning techniques, the old-fashioned sloppy feel of leather bags is not required nor desirable, and can shorten the life of your Pipe Bag.