Caring for your Leather Products
We know you'll enjoy owning these beautiful, durable leather products. Caring for them just takes a little forethought, and you'll be sure to enjoy your colorful leather items for years to come. Leather, in general, is highly absorbent, so always keep your leather articles in a dry environment. If your leather items become wet as a result of rain exposure or some other moisture source, place them in a dry location to air dry. Keep leather away from direct sunlight and extreme heat sources, as they can cause leather to warp, harden and fade. Through use, your leather will likely absorb oils from your hands. This will actually make your leather products more supple as your leather ages.
There are many suggestions online about the best way to clean and moisturize leather with oils or balms. Please keep in mind that any raw spots on the leather will absorb more of the cleaning solution than others, this could darken the area. It's best to clean your leather with a soft & dry brush. You may also try to remove dry stains using a colorless, white, or brown gum pencil eraser. Don't use a pink eraser, as this can transfer pink dye onto your items. You may try to remove oil or grease stains with baking soda. Blot excess oil and sprinkle the spot with baking soda. Let it sit for a few hours, then brush it away using a soft brush.
Leather is very durable, however, cleaning products should be tested in an inconspicuous area to avoid damaging your item.