Leather treated in the way described here is sensitive to water, humidity, grease and exposure to intense light.

The best way to take care of your item is to assure its continous care and conservation. Superfitial dirt and stains from daily use disappear without any problem if they are treated as soon as they appear otherwise it will present difficulties at a later date.

If the product gets wet, remove the surface water inmediately with a cloth and let the article dry in the shade at a normal temperature. Water can prove to be harmful if it is allowed to penetrate the leather and it can lead to the appearance of bubbles or marks which cannot be removed. Each type of leather shows different degrees of resistance to the penetration of water.

Never leave your leather article in the sun. Prolonged exposure to sunlight or to a high intensity source of light can result in a discolouring and deformation of the leather which cannot be corrected afterwards. You should keep your article in a well-ventilated dry area, at temperatures of between 15 and 25ª C

Recent marks can be removed by passing a damp cloth lightly over the leatther. For suede, mettis and nubuck articles, brush the area gently. Top quality and shiny suede discolours to a certain extend due to the tanning and dyeing process. As this cannot be attributed either to the quality of the leather nor to its fabrication, we decline full responsibility.

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