-Our leather is extremely robust and should age well. However, if you want to
clean a bag or wallet, lukewarm water and a mild soap are the best options
-Do not get carried away with expensive cleaners and conditioners, simple
natural waxes are often the best way to condition the hide i.e. bees wax. In
fact, any harsh chemicals can damage the leather, so never use household
cleaners or products containing alcohol.
-Keep the exterior leather away from makeup, food, or any other oil based
product which can stain.
-In no circumstances should you try washing your leather bag or other item in
the washing machine or tumble dryer.
-For suede, we recommend that you use a brush to remove the loose dirt and clean
the product with cleaning agent specially designed for the material. New suede
is subject to "crocking", which means that suede dust may rub off on ands and clothes. Crocking can be minimized by rubbing any new suede bag or
accessory vigorously with a terry towel.
-To clean patent, use a damp cloth, after which you shine it with a soft dry
cloth. Please note that you should not use shoe polish on patent.
-If a leather product becomes wet, wipe away excess moisture and then leave to
dry naturally. Do not attempt to dry with a direct heat source e.g. fire,
radiator or hair dryer.
-All liquid stains should be dealt with quickly, and blotted gently with a
clean, dry cloth.
-Don't forget, leather is a skin, and should be cared for in a similar way to your own