Leather Care

Italian leather care stands out for its meticulous craftsmanship and attention to detail, ensuring a superior quality that enhances the longevity and beauty of leather goods. The unique blend of traditional techniques and modern innovation in Italian leather care reflects a commitment to excellence, making it a distinctive choice for those seeking unparalleled preservation and refinement.

How to store

In a white cotton bag/dust bag, gently fill them with tissue (without any print) to not allow them to lose their shape. Store in dry places without moisture or direct sunlight. Your belts should be in a cotton cloth and let them hang vertically. Avoid humidity and direct sunlight. Avoid rolling up belts and let them hang freely. 

How to care

Gently wipe a dry cotton cloth over the surface. If the leather has become wet, avoid heat, and let air dry at room temperature.  

Daily maintenance is important. Gently wipe a dry cotton cloth over the surface, without pressing too hard. If it gets wet, avoid any source of heat, so no dryers or radiators. It is better to let it dry slowly, at room temperature, and keep it the way you want it to end up during the drying process. If, on the other hand, you quickly dry the leather with the help of an intense heat source, it will change its chemical structure and end up stiff and wrinkled. - If the leather has become dirty or stained, use a damp cloth, avoiding soaps or vinegar. Afterwards, let it dry as explained above. For difficult stains such as feather ink or red wine, try using leather conditioning treatments specifically designed to remove the stain. Do not use leather dye 

What should I do if the leather dries out? Rub it with a cloth moistened with moisturizing cream, make sure you clean it first to avoid discoloration.