Leather Care

Cherish the luxury, embrace the longevity.

General Care

1. Avoid Direct Sunlight:

Shield your leather items from prolonged exposure to direct sunlight to prevent fading and drying. Position furniture away from windows or use curtains and blinds.

2. Maintain Consistent Humidity:

Leather is sensitive to extreme humidity levels. Keep the environment consistently humid to prevent cracking. Use a humidifier or dehumidifier as needed.

3. Rotate and Fluff Cushions:

If applicable, regularly rotate and fluff leather cushions to maintain even wear and appearance.


1. Dust Regularly:

Use a soft, dry cloth or vacuum with a soft brush attachment to remove dust and debris from the surface of your leather items.

2. Mild Soap and Water:

For light cleaning, use a mild soap and water solution. Dampen a clean cloth, wring it out well, and gently wipe the leather. Dry immediately with a soft, dry cloth.

3. Avoid Harsh Chemicals:

Harsh chemicals can damage leather. Avoid using abrasive cleaners, solvents, or household cleaning products


1. Act Quickly:

Address spills promptly to minimize staining. Blot liquids with a clean, dry cloth, and gently scrape off solids with a soft-edged tool.

2. Gentle Leather Cleaner:

Use a specialized leather cleaner for stubborn stains. Follow the product instructions carefully, and test in an inconspicuous area first.

3. Buff Out Scratches:

For minor scratches, gently rub the area with a clean fingertip. The natural oils from your skin can help diminish the appearance of small scratches.


1. Invest in Quality:

Choose high-quality leather items that are durable and crafted with longevity in mind. Quality leather products may require less frequent replacement, reducing environmental impact.

2. Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products:

Opt for environmentally friendly leather cleaning products that are free from harsh chemicals and toxins.