Genuine leather gets better and develops unique patina over time, so it actually gets better the more you use it and thus it doesn't require frequent care or cleaning. However when you do we recommend the following:

  • Clean with damp cloth. Don't use chemicals to clean leather.

  • Apply neutral leather cream to refresh the colour and maintain natural oils.

  • Don't expose leather items to extreme heat.

  • If leather gets exposed to water, wipe it with soft cloth and let it dry naturally. Don't use hair dryer or radiators.
    To speed up the process, you can fill the bag with paper to absorb some moisture.


  • For prolonged storage, use dust bag to protect it from dust and keep it away from direct sunlight.

  • Suede leather is cleaned by suede brush or a special suede cleaner if there are hard-to-remove stains.
    The cleaner should never be water-based.