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Article: Leather Care Must Haves!

Leather Care Must Haves!

Designer/ Founder Ndidi Obi

With winter arriving leather products tend to make their seasonal debut. I want to ensure that your leather products last for many years to come. Check out these must have tips below!

 

Leather Care instructions

• Do not put tape on leather! This can remove the finish.

• Do not use any household cleaning products, including baby wipes, on your leather! Only use quality products designed for this purpose.

• Remove stains as soon as you notice them.

• Never allow water to soak into your bag.

• If your bag gets wet do not use a hair dryer on it.

• Spills can be soaked up with a sponge or paper towel. Do not scrub spills but clean in a light circular motion.

• Test all products (even those for leather) in a hard to see area before applying generally.

• Keep leather out of direct sunlight. Failure to do this will result in significant fading over time.

• Most leathers (except full aniline) can be routinely cleaned with water and a lightly damp cotton cloth or sponge. Products are available where deeper cleaning is necessary.

• Take extra care of your bag when at the hair salon and keep it away from coloring solutions, hair sprays, and oils.

• When not in use keep your bag stored away in its duster.

• Stuff your unused bag with bubble wrap or tissue paper to restore and hold its shape.

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