Leather care guide
Although leather is durable, it sometimes requires cleaning to remove grease, stains or other types of dirt. When the leather absorbs dirt, the oils in the leather can become discolored, and it is important to remove the stains as soon as possible.
For light cleaning with no visible or very little dirt, our leather cream
may be enough. The leather cream penetrates the leather, cleans and leaves it soft and well nourished. The cream adds a natural shine to the leather’s surface.
For very visible dirt, use a small amount of leather cleaner or just water on a lint-free cloth. Gently massage the leather to remove dirt and stains, focusing on heavily stained areas. (Always test first on a non-visible area before doing it on the whole surface).
Never use strong soap, baby wipes or strong chemicals to clean or remove stains. This can, among other things, lead to discolouration, drying out, cracking and accumulation of grease.
When the dirt is cleaned, you must let the leather dry completely – preferably up to 24 hours.
After this, the leather must have moisture and nourishment again.
Depending on your product, you choose either a leather cream
or leather fat
and follow the instructions on how to apply it.