Do not use detergents, solvents, abrasives, leather cleaners or suede cleaners.

Do not dry clean or machine wash.

Protect from direct sunlight and all heat sources.

Avoid sharp objects.

Wipe gently with a damp cloth to remove any dust / grit. This should be done as often as necessary or at least every 2-3 weeks.

The salts and body oils which occur naturally in human skin can damage the surface of leather if left uncleaned for lengthy periods. In warm or humid weather it is important that any leather be wiped as often as weekly, particularly if the leather has become damp with perspiration or deposits of body oil. Ensure non colourfast clothing does not come into contact with light coloured leathers. Always clean along any creases that have developed in the leather and pay particular attention to areas that come in contact with the skin.

Deterioration due to incorrect or inadequate maintenance cannot be considered a fault in the leather.