*These methods not to be used on suede leathers.
When cleaning leather goods you may use a leather cleanser. We prefer to use Fiebing's Saddle Soap. This cleans and polishes leather goods in one step. Follow Cleaning instruction on Saddle Soap packaging.
For natural methods you may use a mix of one part dish soap, two parts hydrogen peroxide and a little bit of baking soda.
To help keep your leather goods moisturized, use your choice of olive oil or coconut oil. Using a microfiber towel or cloth, massage the oil onto your leather to restore smoothness + shine. This helps protect and condition your leather goods!
If you try your own DIY method that you find works best to remove many kinds of stains, especially ink, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and share! We have yet to find a natural remedy that works effortlessly to remove ink from leather good.
* Be advised that these methods work for conventional staining and therefore we do not guarantee these methods removing specific stains made from unconventional methods. ( pen, marker/permanent marker ink stains, paint, nail polish, etc. )
-Machine washable in cold water, on delicate cycle, with like colors.
-Use mild detergent. Do not use bleach.
-Tumble dry or line dry.
-Can be steam ironed on low setting, with a press cloth.
-Please be aware that color migration may occur if dark-colored fabric is combined
with white or light-colored fabric.
-Dry cleanable by conventional methods.
-Due to packaging + shipping. Some creasing may occur. Steam iron creases by placing a
press cloth of thick fabric over handbag to prevent burning of fabric. Steam iron
until creases are released.