Leather is a natural material and there may sometimes be textural or shading variations within the surface. These are natural characteristics and representative of the leather’s unique, individual beauty and proof of its genuine origin. It is recommended, however, that you avoid exposing your leather products to harsh elements such as moisture, bright light or direct heat.
In the event that your leather product becomes soiled or dirty the following care guidelines may be helpful:
- Light scratches to waxy leather can be removed by rubbing softly with a clean finger
- Smooth, porous leather can be treated with good quality, neutral colored leather cream (subject to manufacturer’s instructions)
- Textured or coated leathers can be wiped clean using a lightly damp cloth
- Suede is treated with a dirt resistant finish and a dry brush or cloth should be used to remove dirt or stains
- Fabrics can generally be cleaned by using a damp cloth
- Smudges on badges, metal edges or poppers can be gently buffed with a soft dry cloth