Leather Care Tips 


– Apply leather protector to prevent water spots and stains 

– Avoid anything with wax or silicone; it will clog the pores in the leather 

– Avoid oil or other fats as it will darken the skin 

– Avoid cleaning products with alcohol, turpentine or other mineral spirits

– If it gets dry use a leather cream or conditioner 

– Leather, suede and nappa stretch out but not back. Be mindful of what you pack in your accessory, overfill will distort the shape

– Try to avoid touching your bags with recently sanitised hands, this will dry out the leather


– Remove dirt and dust by wiping with a damp sponge dipped in lukewarm water 

– Don’t use direct heat/dryer for water damage, let it air dry instead 

– Don’t use cleaning products as they can cause discolouration and dry out the leather 

– Use specialised leather cleaning products or take to a specialist 

– If leather gets dry use a leather cream or conditioner 

– Use a suede brush to clean dust off suede or ensure grain all goes in the same direction


– Store in a cool, dry place and / or in one of our dust bags. Never wrap it in plastic, leather is porous and always needs air 

– For straps and chains, if you’re storing for a while, wrap in soft tissue paper. This is to ensure the leather does not rub together or mark