It is a good practice to remove the dust, which often clogs the pores, not allowing the natural perspiration. Always use a soft, dry cloth. Avoid using brushes that can damage the surface. The removal of stain is extremely difficult as in the case of grease spots, ink and alcohol. Good results can be obtained by acting promptly with soapy water or mild detergent, rinse and wipe dry immediately with a soft cloth. Avoid alcohol, acetone, trichlorethylene, detergents or abrasives.
The SOFT LEATHER is a natural material. A non uniformity in the wrinkle’s drawing and small defects must be considered a feature that certifies the quality of leather. The leather undergo over time a slight discoloration, either with exposure to direct sunlight or to sources of heat. Be careful with straps, studs, buttons or other sharp metal objects that could scar the surfaces.