I have a really nice, black, high quality lamb shearling coat. The seller, a fur/leather shop of great age and reputation, suggested I use Nivea [sic] to care for the coat by applying small amounts on a monthly [sic!] basis. The Internet seems to say that... * Do not use Nivea! * Do absolutely nothing more than 'general get rid of dirt' care * Use neatsfoot - or, do NOTuse neatsfoot * Use minkoil - or, do NOT use it at all * Use Saphire Renovateur * It is lamb, some lanolin cream cannot hurt What I want to achieve is: * Leather not so dry that it cracks * Longevity and durability I use the coat also in small amounts of rain for short time, and it can then airdry. Is there any more authoritative answer long-term care for fine lamb shearling, especially, keeping it from becoming so dry it cracks easily?