Leather is a natural material and each of our handbags are made utilizing sustainable leather. Slight discoloration, scratches, or change in texture may be visible indicating the unique character of the leather. Inconsistencies should not be considered a defect but rather add to the beauty and uniqueness of your bag. As your handbag ages, it will do so with character.
We take great pride in sourcing Ethiopian leather and we are dedicated to providing high quality leather to create your unique bag while reducing waste.
Leather Conditioner- To prevent flaking and wrinkling, apply leather conditioner to a soft cloth and gently rub a thin layer evenly over entire bag. Depending on the dryness or humidity in your climate, apply conditioner at least twice a year, up to once a month or so, to keep your leather bag soft.
Liquid glycerin saddle soap- Apply a small amount of saddle soap to a cleaning cloth, and then gently rub the cloth across the surface of your leather product. the saddle soap should disappear as you rub it into the leather. Make clockwise rubbing motions until the saddle soap is no longer visible. Once finished, use a dry clean cloth to wipe off any access soap from the surface.
Foaming suede cleaner- Lightly use a brush or scrubby cap to remove any loose dirt. Shake the container. Put on the foam and use brush to lightly scrub. Remove excessive foam with a damp cloth.