Care guide
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General Care instructions

Avoid water
Leather goods should not be exposed to water as it can cause damage, such as discoloration or shrinkage. If the leather does get wet, gently pat it dry with a clean cloth and allow it to airdry at room temperature.
Store properly
Leather goods should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to avoid fading and drying out. When not in use, it's best to store leather goods in a dust bag or in a breathable container to prevent dust accumulation.
Clean regularly
Leather goods should be cleaned regularly to remove dirt and dust build up. Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe the leather gently, and avoid using abrasive or harsh cleaning agents that can damage the leather
Condition leather
To keep leather supple and prevent cracking, it's recommended to use a leather conditioner. Apply a small amount of conditioner to a soft cloth and rub gently into the leather. Allow the conditioner to soak in for several hours or over night before wiping off any excess.
Handle with care
Leather goods should be handled with care to avoid scratches or tears. Avoid placing heavy or sharp objects on leather surfaces and be mindful of sharp edges or surfaces that can scratch or snag the leather
Seek professional help
If your leather goods are in need of repair or deep cleaning, it's best to seek professional help. A professional leather cleaner can help restore your leather goods and ensure they are properly cared for
Canvas is a durable and versatile material that is commonly used for bags, shoes, and other accessories.
Brush off dirt and debris
Before cleaning canvas, use a soft-bristled brush to remove any dirt or debris that may be on the surface. Be gentle to avoid damaging the canvas.
Spot clean stains
For small stains, use a mild detergent and a soft cloth to spot clean the affected area.Avoid using harsh chemicals or bleach, as they can damage the canvas. Rinse the area with clean water and let it air dry
Hand wash or machine wash
For larger areas or more stubborn stains, canvas can be hand washed or machine washed. Use a mild detergent and a gentle cycle. Avoid using hot water or drying the canvas inthe dryer, as this can cause shrinkage.
Air dry
After cleaning, let the canvas air dry completely before storing it or using it again. Do not expose the canvas to direct sunlight or high heat, as this can cause fading and shrinkage.
Use a fabric protector
To protect the canvas from stains and water damage, apply a fabric protector spray according to the manufacturer's instructions
Store properly
When not in use, store canvas items in a cool, dry place. Avoid folding the canvas, as this can cause creases that may be difficult to remove. Instead, roll the canvas loosely and store it in a breathable bag or container.
Nappa leather
Nappa leather is a type of soft, smooth leather that is made from sheepskin, lamb or goat skin. It is a delicate material that requires proper care and maintenance to keep it in good condition. Here are some care instructions for Nappa leather:
Avoid getting the leather wet
Nappa leather is highly sensitive to water and can be easily damaged by it.Therefore, it is essential to keep it away from water, especially during cleaning.
Use a soft cloth to clean
To clean Nappa leather, use a soft, dry cloth to gently wipe away any dust or dirt. Do not use any abrasive cleaners or chemicals, as they can damage the leather.
Apply a leather conditioner
Regular application of a leather conditioner will help to keep the leather supple and prevent it from drying out and cracking. Apply the conditioner using a soft cloth and rub it gently into the leather
Store in a cool, dry place
To prevent the leather from becoming damaged or discolored, store it in a cool,dry place away from direct sunlight.
Avoid exposure to heat
Nappa leather can be easily damaged by heat. Therefore, it is important to keep it away from direct heat sources, such as radiators or sunlight.
Be careful with sharp objects
Nappa leather is delicate and can be easily scratched or punctured by sharp objects. Therefore, it is important to handle it with care and avoid contact with sharp objects