Mastering Leather Care

Everyday Leather Care Essentials

  • Shield from Sunlight and Heat

    Keep leather goods away from direct sunlight or heat sources to prevent fading, drying, or cracking.

  • Rain Protection

    Carry an umbrella to shield leather items from heavy rain, as excessive moisture can lead to damage and mold growth.

  • Regular Cleaning

    Use a soft-bristled brush or cloth weekly to gently remove dust and debris, maintaining the leather's quality and appearance.

  • Avoid Overfilling

    Refrain from stuffing leather bags, purses, or wallets excessively, as this can cause stretching and loss of shape.

  • Prevent Scratches

    Keep sharp objects, bulky jewelry, or items that may scratch leather away from your belongings to avoid damage.

  • Professional Maintenance

    Regular professional maintenance can prolong the life of your leather goods and keep them looking their best for years to come.

Our complete leather care guide, whether you're a leather enthusiast or new to leather goods, learn how to maintain your items for lasting beauty!

Cleaning Leather

Regularly wipe down your leather items with a soft, damp cloth to remove any dust and dirt buildup. For tougher stains, use a mild leather cleaner specifically formulated for the material. Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as they can damage the leather's finish.

Conditioning Leather 

Keep your leather products supple and moisturized by conditioning them regularly. Apply a small amount of leather conditioner to a clean, soft cloth and gently massage it into the leather using circular motions. Conditioning helps prevent dryness, cracking, and fading, especially in dry or humid environments.

Storing Leather Products 

Store your leather items in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Avoid storing them in plastic bags or containers, as these can trap moisture and lead to mold growth. Instead, use breathable fabric dust bags to protect your leather from dust and scratches.

Handling Leather Products 

Handle your leather goods with care to avoid unnecessary wear and tear. When carrying leather bags or accessories, distribute weight evenly to prevent strain on the handles or straps. Avoid excessive bending or folding, as this can cause creases and permanent damage to the leather.