- Clean With Soft Damp Cloth
- 100% Leather
UK Standard Delivery - £3.95 (FREE on Orders over £150)
Our standard delivery parcels are sent using Royal Mails Signed For service. We aim to deliver all parcels within 3 working days of the item being dispatched from our warehouse.
UK Next Day Delivery - £6.95
Using Interlink Next Day courier service. Our Next Day service guarantees that your item will arrive the following working day between 8am-5pm. Order before 12noon to guarantee Next Day Delivery.
Europe & Rest of the World Delivery - Subject to Location
Using Interlink's International courier service we ship worldwide.
Ireland - £10
France/Germany - £12
For other destinations please contact us on email@example.com or select your country at the checkout.
We offer a FREE Returns policy to UK customers whereby you can return your items to us free of charge should you need to for any reason.
In your parcel, when it arrives, should be a Returns form. Simply fill this out and send the items back to us using the pre-paid label also included with your delivery.
Our full returns policy can be found under 'Delivery & Returns'.
Cleaning your leather is a simply process but there are some sure fire no-no's.
Directly using regular soap or detergent can prevent the leather from breathing causing damage.
Mix one part mild soap, a facial soap or mild clothes detergent, with eight parts water. Pour the mixture into a spray bottle and then spray this mixture onto a cloth or sponge. This is safer than spraying directly onto the leather. Gently wipe the stain until the stain has dissolved. Then leave the item to dry naturally in the air, but away from direct sunlight. Finally, once dry, apply a small amount of leather moisturiser or cream to strengthen and protect the leather.
Some other key tips:
If leather gets too wet: Drying slowly at room temperature with gentle air works better than direct heat.
If leather gets too dry: Rub something moist into it like a leather cream.
If leather gets dirty: Just use a damp cloth. Don't use soaps or any other kind of foreign substance.
Remember that leather stretches out, but not back: If you start to overfill a wallet, it will never really return to it's former taut self. If you stretch a leather bag when wet or very humid, it will move even faster. Just learn to carry the right amount, and this takes care of itself.
When you're storing your leather goods, don't wrap them in plastic. It needs a little bit of air.
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