1. Regular Conditioning: Keep your leather jacket supple and moisturized by applying a leather conditioner every few months. This helps prevent cracking and maintains its natural luster.
  2. Storage: When not in use, store your leather jacket in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Use a breathable garment bag to protect it from dust and moisture.
  3. Avoiding Stains: Be cautious when wearing your leather jacket around substances like oils, perfumes, and makeup, as they can stain the leather. If any spills occur, gently blot the area with a clean cloth and let it air dry.
  4. Handling Stains: For tougher stains, such as ink or grease, consult a professional leather cleaner. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, as they can damage the leather.
  5. Protecting Hardware: If your leather jacket has metal hardware, such as zippers or buttons, periodically check them for signs of corrosion or tarnishing. Wipe them clean with a soft cloth and apply a small amount of metal polish if necessary.
  6. Avoiding Sharp Objects: Be mindful of sharp objects that could potentially scratch or puncture the leather. Avoid leaning against rough surfaces or carrying sharp items in the jacket's pockets.
  7. Weather Protection: While leather is naturally durable, prolonged exposure to extreme weather conditions like heavy rain or snow can damage it. Consider applying a water repellent spray specifically designed for leather to provide extra protection.
  8. Air Circulation: Allow your leather jacket to breathe occasionally by hanging it in a well-ventilated area. This helps prevent musty odors from developing and allows any moisture to evaporate.
  9. Professional Cleaning: If your leather jacket becomes heavily soiled or develops an unpleasant odor, take it to a professional leather cleaner for thorough cleaning and conditioning.
  10. Routine Inspection: Regularly inspect your leather jacket for any signs of wear and tear, such as loose seams or fading. Address any issues promptly to prevent them from worsening.

Do not Iron
Do not wash and tumble dry
Do not dry clean

By following these leather care instructions, you can prolong the life of your jacket and keep it looking its best for years to come. If you have any further questions or concerns, don't hesitate to contact us for assistance.

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