5 Tips to Take Care of Your Small Leather Goods
To preserve the elegant lines of your small leather good, do not overfill. To minimize the risk of color bleeding onto leather or clothing, avoid prolonged contact between light and dark colors.
Use a soft cloth and avoid any care products that may alter the finish of your small leather good. To help reduce the look of marks on the surface of lambskin leather, gently rub in a circular motion.
Appreciate the natural patina of your small leather good. Day after day, it reveals a new aspect of the item’s beauty and history — as well as yours.
Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight, artificial light and humidity. If your small leather good gets wet, dry the area carefully with an absorbent, non-pilling cloth.
Wrap any chains or straps with tissue paper, and store your small leather good upright in its original pouch.
Lambskin leather is treated as little as possible to preserve its natural suppleness and uniquely soft texture. To help reduce the look of marks on the surface, gently rub the leather in a circular motion.
Avoid prolonged contact and friction with delicate fabrics, including wool, silk and tweed.