Leather Care Instructions
LEATHER CARE INSTRUCTIONS
-Put your jacket on a wide hanger when you’re not wearing, this will help in keeping the shape of your jacket.
-Do not store your jacket in plastic because the film will dry the fabric out.
-Make sure to store the garment in a cool and dry place avoiding humidity and direct sunlight.
-Try to avoid folding your jacket wherever possible.
Your jacket will tolerate a rain shower and if your jacket gets wet allow it to dry naturally, away from sources of artificial hear before putting it in a wardrobe or closet.
You can wear your jacket on a brightem sunny day without any problem but you must understand that leather is a natural material; it’s made from animal skin, and the effect of leaving the jacket in overexposure to sunlight for long term will be producing a premature aging, discoloration and drying…
-Using a soft brush, gently brush to garment to remove any dust.
-Clean your jacket using cold water and neutral soap with a sponge. Avoid using hot water.
-Remove the soap with the same method, using only cold water.
-Remove any excess water with a sponge and then shake off to ensure that no water marks are left on the jacket.
-Allow to dry by hanging the garment in a sufficiently ventilated area, far from direct sources of heat (radiators, etc.).
• Do not dry clean.
• Do not machine wash.
• Do not tumble dry.
• Do not use soap or detergent of any kind.
• Do not use solvents or bleach.
• Do not iron or starch.
• Do not force dry or expose to a direct flame.
• Do not expose to direct sunlight for a long period of time (such as rear car window).