Clean genuine leather with a horsehair shoe brush or a soft, dry cloth. Be as gentle as you can and clean in repeated circular motions.
Avoid getting your product wet. In the event that it does, soak up the excess moisture with an absorbent cloth and let it air dry. Do not use any high-heat measures, such as blowing it with a hair dryer, which can damage the material.
Ensure your hands are clean when handling your product, as genuine leather has a tendency to absorb grease and oil.
Wrap exposed hardware, such as buckles and zippers, with a piece of tissue paper to keep it from causing imprints or scratches on your leather product.
When not in use, place your leather products separately in a storage box or dust bag. Store in a cool, dark place away from sunlight, moisture and humidity.