- Leather is incredibly strong. When maintained correctly, leather has a very long life expectancy.
- Leather is non-allergenic. All dust particles can be fully removed which makes it ideal for people with sensitivity to this type of allergens..
- Leather is unmatched to feel and the distinctive aroma is what gives it one of its most recognizable and desirable traits.
- Leather stretches and "moves" to conform to individual contours, yet still retains sufficient strength to provide support.
- Leather is like good wine, it gets better with age. With regular use, its beauty deepens and its natural character becomes more intense. With appropriate care, it will last for years to come.
Once a week, polish the leather with a dry and clean cloth or soft and mild brush. With this minimal care, your leather product will provide long-lasting use. We recommend using a neutral cream (e.g. Meltonian) sparingly applied with a soft clean cloth and then brushing the polish immediately after. Please avoid any exposure to sun, direct light or heat sources. Leather is very fragile, it will expand with heat, causing wrinkles
- Don't push adhesive stickers, glue will permanently mark the case surface.
- Do not overstuff credit cards slots or money pockets. Doing so will stretch the leather.
- Leather breathes, that's what keeps it soft and supple. Do not store the case in plastic bags. Cover your leather with breathable cloth, like cotton sheets when storing.
If there are only drops, press firmly with absorbent paper on the surface and then let them dry in the shade. Please do not apply any kind of heat. When the surface is completely dry, rub the surface with a clean and dry cloth to restore the shine.
If your case becomes wet, as fast as you can, take an absorbent paper and soak up, don't rub. Allow it to dry slowly and naturally at room temperature, avoiding direct heat (hot air vents, air dryers, furnaces) or sunlight. When the leather is dry, apply an uncolored leather polish (e.g. Meltonian) on it to restore its flexibility.
For butter, oli or grease, wipe off excess butter, oil or grease by using an absorbent paper. Then leave it alone as the spot should dissipate into the leather in time. Do not apply water to try to wash a butter, grease or oil spot.
Do not wet the stain or apply solvent alcohol or water. With a clean, soft and white pencil eraser, press softly erasing the pen stain. Follow the procedure again if necessary. Then rub with a cloth or an extreme soft brush to remove the remaining rubber. If necerssary, apply only uncolored leather polish over the area. Let it dry and rub with a cloth to restore the shine. This procedure helps to diminish the stain and according to the leather tone itself, it can even disappear completely. Do not try to use this procedure to remove ink stains from aniline-leather. Because these leathers have no protective treatments applied to them, the stain is likely to remain.
Scratch marks simply do not go away, and tend to get bigger with use. However, if it does happen, you could try using some uncolored leather polish (e.g. Meltonian) to cover the scratch. If it's small, this might repair it or at least hide it. But otherwise, it's there for good.