Leather Care Guide

Gently wipe the surface of the leather with a soft, damp cloth to remove dust and stains. Avoid using chemical cleaners or products containing alcohol, as they may damage the leather surface.
For stubborn stains, you can try using a specially designed leather cleaner, but please test it in an inconspicuous area first to ensure it does not cause damage or discoloration.
Regularly apply a layer of leather conditioner or wax to the vegetable tanned leather to maintain its suppleness and sheen. Use a soft cloth to gently apply the leather conditioning product, and wipe off any excess with a dry cloth afterwards.
Avoid exposing the leather to direct sunlight or high temperatures to prevent color fading or cracking.
When not in use, store your vegetable tanned leather goods in a well-ventilated, dry place, away from prolonged exposure to moisture or high temperatures.
Use dedicated leather storage bags or wrap leather items in soft fabric to prevent scratches or damage.
Special Considerations
Different types of vegetable tanned leather may require specific care methods. Refer to the manufacturer's care instructions to ensure you're caring for your leather goods correctly.
When unsure about how to care for leather, always consult with a professional leather care expert for advice to avoid unnecessary damage or loss.