Product care

Leather is an investment

Investing in leather products is a choice for quality and longevity. Unlike synthetic materials, genuine leather ages gracefully, developing a unique patina over time that adds character and beauty. Its durability means that with proper care, leather can last for decades, often becoming more attractive and comfortable with use. Whether it’s a timeless leather jacket, a classic handbag, or elegant furniture, leather pieces stand the test of time, making them worth the investment. By choosing leather, you’re not only opting for style and elegance but also for sustainability, as well-crafted leather products reduce the need for frequent replacements and contribute to a more environmentally conscious lifestyle.

Use our care guide to get the most from your investment

To ensure your leather and sheepskin products remain in top condition, our comprehensive care guide provides all the essential tips and techniques. Proper maintenance not only preserves the beauty and durability of your items but also enhances their longevity, making them true investments. From regular cleaning routines to conditioning and storage advice, our care guide covers every aspect of leather and sheepskin upkeep. By following these expert recommendations, you can enjoy the luxurious feel and timeless appeal of your products for years to come, maximizing the value of your investment.

Care Guide

Get the most from your investment and make it last a life time.

Cleaning Leather

Storing Leather: Cool, Dry Place: Store leather items in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat sources, which can cause fading and drying.

Breathable Cover: Use a breathable cover, like a cotton bag, to protect leather from dust while allowing air circulation.

Avoiding Damage

Water Exposure: Protect leather from excessive water exposure. If leather gets wet, pat it dry with a soft cloth and let it air dry naturally.

Sharp Objects: Keep leather away from sharp objects that can cause scratches and punctures.

1. Regular Cleaning.

Wipe down your leather products with a soft, dry cloth to remove dust and dirt.

2. Deep Cleaning.

Use a damp cloth and a mild soap specifically designed for leather. Gently wipe the surface, avoiding excessive moisture. Dry with a clean, dry cloth.

3. Conditioning.

Apply a high-quality leather conditioner every 6-12 months to keep the leather soft and supple. Follow the product instructions and test in an inconspicuous area first. Avoid over-conditioning.

Regular Cleaning

Shake out sheepskin products regularly to remove dust and debris. Brush lightly with a sheepskin brush to maintain fluffiness.

Spot Cleaning: For minor stains, use a damp cloth and a mild detergent specifically for sheepskin. Gently rub the stained area and rinse with a clean, damp cloth. Avoid soaking the sheepskin.


By Hand: Hand wash sheepskin in lukewarm water with a sheepskin detergent. Gently squeeze the product without wringing it. Rinse thoroughly and reshape while damp.

By Machine: If machine washing is necessary, use a gentle cycle with cold water and a sheepskin detergent. Place the sheepskin in a laundry bag to protect it during the wash.

1. Air Dry.

Lay the sheepskin flat on a towel in a well-ventilated area away from direct sunlight and heat sources. Avoid using a dryer.

2. Brushing.

Once dry, gently brush the sheepskin with a sheepskin brush to restore its softness and fluffiness.

3. Storing.

Cool, Dry Place: Store sheepskin products in a cool, dry place. Avoid plastic bags that can trap moisture. Breathable Cover: Use a breathable cover to protect sheepskin from dust while allowing air circulation.

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General Tips

Always test cleaning and conditioning products in an inconspicuous area before full application. For heavily soiled or damaged items, consider professional cleaning services specializing in leather and sheepskin.

By following these care instructions, you can enjoy the luxury and durability of your leather and sheepskin products for many years. If you have any specific questions or need further assistance, please contact our customer service team.