Leather Care


  • Regular Dusting: Use a soft, dry microfiber cloth to brush away dust and surface dirt. This helps prevent dirt buildup, which can fade colour.
  • Light Stains: For minor spills, blot the area with a clean, damp microfiber cloth. Avoid using excessive water, as it can stain lighter colours.
  • Spills: Wipe away spills immediately using a clean, dry cloth. Avoid using excessive force, as this may spread the spill or push it into the leather.
  • Stubborn Stains: Test a leather cleaner in an inconspicuous area first (like the bag's bottom). Opt for a cleaner specifically designed for coloured leather, following the product's instructions.


General Care

  • Conditioning: Treat your bag with a leather conditioner formulated for coloured leather every 2-3 months. This maintains suppleness and protects against colour dullness. Always test in a hidden spot first.
  • Storage: When not in use, store your bag in the dust bag it came with. This protects it from dust and sunlight. Stuff the bag with tissue paper to help it retain its shape. Avoid using newspaper as the ink can transfer.
  • Preventative Measures: Avoid contact with harsh chemicals like makeup or perfume. Apply these products before putting on your bag. Avoid using harsh chemicals, solvents, or abrasive cleaners on leather, as they can damage the material.


Additional Tips

  • Avoid Direct Sunlight: Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight can cause the colour to fade. Store your bag in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep Dry: Leather is sensitive to moisture. Avoid getting your bag wet, and if it does get wet, blot the excess moisture with a clean, dry cloth and let it air dry naturally.
  • Handle with Clean Hands: Oils and dirt from your hands can transfer to the leather. Always handle your bag with clean hands to prevent stains.