Leather is a natural material that should be kept well. Throughout the life of your product, you may notice a softening of the silhouette. As the leather ages, your product will have a naturally occurring patina. Patina will happen depending on how often you use your item, as it will show on the color change. This evolution comes along with the presence of natural marks such as wrinkles and veins. This is a unique proof that your product is authentic that leaves a lasting memory.
How your leather ages are entirely dependent on how it’s treated. But when you look after it with care, its aspect will get better with age.
- Avoid storing your product in damp, humid area. Storing your leather in these areas may trigger fungus.
- Store your product away from sunlight or near sources of heat as it has a drying effect and color fade of the material.
- When not in use, store your product in pouch provided at purchase in a ventilated area.
- To preserve the shape of your product, it should not be over packed.
- Keep away from elements such as oils, make up, perfumes, creams, or sanitizers since they can leave a permanently visible stain and color transfer.
- For surface stains, immediately gently clean with a soft, damp cloth. Do not rub the leather with wet cloth. Let cool, do not expose to sunlight for drying.
- For a proper maintenance, apply leather balm to preserve moisture and to avoid leather crack. Please choose the right balm depending on your product’s leather type.