Developed by the Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation des Collections (CRCC), a laboratory of CNRS, Cire 213 is manufactured under license and marketed by the Bibliothèque nationale de France. It is especially recommended for the care of damaged leathers.
Cire 213 is an emulsion manufactured with a base of neat's foot oil, which nourishes and rehydrates leather. It provides essential elements that allow dry and cracked leather to recover some of its suppleness. This wax has a neutral to slightly alkaline pH, ensuring perfect compatibility with leather.
Cire 213 cannot be used to treat highly damaged leathers such as abraded, brittle or pulverulent leathers.