Leather items


Please take note of following tips.


Never store your leather bag in plastic and avoid storage in general for any prolonged period of time.
Direct sunlight or heavy rain can lead to discoloration.

If your item got wet, let it dry at room temperature

Do not dry your bag in the sun or close to a radiator or other

heat source.

You can treat dried-up raindrops and other light stains with dry

leather soap foam and a fine, gentle brush or leather sponge.

Such stains are also likely to disappear by simply rubbing two (affected) leather surfaces together.

Following exposure to moisture and removal of any light stains, re-treat your item using a transparent, water-resistant leather spray, such as Tana/3M.

Never treat stains with caustic solvents, such as gasoline or acetone.

Leather that has become stiff will recover its malleability following treatment with leather spray.

Suede surfaces may initially leave traces of color behind. Likewise, given their slightly higher risk of color transfer, you may want to exercise caution when wearing a black or dark blue item with light-colored clothing. 


Hats


Always handle your hat by the brim.

To rest your hat, always turn it up side down and set it on the crown so that the brim doesn’t flatten out.

Clean your hat using a soft brush.

If you get caught in the rain let the hat dry standing on it’s crown, never close to a heat source as this will cause it to shrink.

Never get a straw hat wet!

Storing your hat in a box in a cool dry place will keep it clean and retain it’s shape.