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Taking proper care of your small leather goods will help them maintain their beauty and longevity. Here are some simple guidelines to ensure your items stay in excellent condition:

  1. Keep it dry: Avoid exposing your leather goods to excessive moisture, including rain, spills, or high humidity. If your item gets wet, gently pat it dry with a soft cloth and allow it to air dry naturally. Avoid using heat sources such as hair dryers, as they can damage the leather.

  2. Avoid direct sunlight: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can cause fading and drying of the leather. When storing your item, choose a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

  3. Handle with clean hands: Before touching your leather goods, ensure your hands are clean and free from oils, lotions, or any other substances that could transfer onto the leather. This helps prevent stains and maintains the leather's natural appearance.

  4. Clean gently: Regularly remove dust and dirt from your leather goods using a soft, dry cloth or a brush specifically designed for leather. For stubborn stains, use a mild leather cleaner or a solution of water and gentle soap. Test any cleaning product on a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure it doesn't damage or discolour the leather.

  5. Avoid harsh chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals, solvents, or abrasive cleaners on your leather goods as they can strip away the natural oils and damage the leather surface. Stick to mild and leather-specific cleaning products.

  6. Condition periodically: Leather is a natural material that benefits from occasional conditioning to keep it supple and prevent drying or cracking. Our leather items are conditioned before dispatch, subsequently, you may use your own leather conditioner for maintenance. 

  7. Store properly: When not in use, store your small leather goods in a dust bag or a soft cloth pouch to protect them from dust, scratches, and excessive exposure to light. Avoid storing them in plastic bags or airtight containers, as leather needs to breathe.


By following these simple care instructions, you can enjoy your small leather goods for years to come, maintaining their beauty and ensuring their durability. Should you have any specific care concerns or questions, feel free to contact us for assistance.

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