How to Care for Exotic Handbags & Small Leather Goods
Exterior: Avoid direct exposure to water, heat & sunlight. Prolonged exposure may cause color fading. Use a soft dry cotton fabric and gently wipe down the exterior body, handles, and straps in a gentle circular motion to remove fingerprints and dust. Do not use saddle soap to clean exotic handbags & small leather goods. Should it get wet, pat dry immediately with cotton fabric or paper towel. Let air dry completely.
Interior: Collars, facings, and pockets are lined in cow leather. Note certain handbag styles have cow leather straps and facings. Use a soft dry cotton fabric and gently wipe down interior cow leather components. Non-spray leather cleaners are advised for cow leather components.
Lining: Exterior & interior pockets and main compartments are lined with goat suede. Care is advised when applying spray cleaner for the suede interiors to prevent spillage or drips.
Hardware Components: It is advised to clean hardware clips, connectors, zippers, pullers, logo plates and metal feet. Use a soft dry cotton fabric and gently wipe components to remove fingerprints and dust.
Storage: Always store in the dust bag provided. Best place in cool, dry place. Keep away from extreme temperatures.
Conditioning: It is advised to use silicone and wax-free conditioners appropriate for exotic leathers. Specialty conditioners for exotic leathers could be found on online stores. Follow the detail instructions listed on labels for treatment steps and frequency.