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Leather Care

Leather Care

Over time, stains, discoloration, and other damage can develop with use if not cared for, cleaned or stored properly.

To remove any dirt, wipe gently with a dry, lint-free cloth. If there are stains, first try removing them with a damp cotton washcloth. Dab at the stain with the water and allow to air dry.

If the stain persists, combine a small amount of mild soap with water and dab at the stain until it’s gone.  Do not rub too hard. Next, use a new damp cloth and again dab at the leather to rinse out the soapy water.

You can further protect our leather by applying a cream or spray leather protectant. If you use a cream, dampen the corner of a washcloth, and apply a thin layer. If using a spray, apply evenly. Follow the manufacturer’s directions and allow to dry before storing.

Remember that leather is a natural material and should be stored in a breathable bag, not plastic, to prevent the growth of mildew and bacteria. For handbags and travel bags, store in a dust bag when not in use and stuff the item with tissue or soft fabric. Doing these two things will keep the bag shape correct and protect the leather over time. To prevent creases from forming in your leather over time, make sure not to rest anything on top of the leather, and to not let it fold on itself unnecessarily. Last, but not least, please always store leather in a cool, dry place.