US FULL GRAIN LEATHER: Why does the colour of my leather change with use over time? Our bag and wallet leathers are infused with oils that come to the surface when the leather is squeezed. This might cause a temporary change in colour of the leather known as the pull-up effect. This type of leather was specially selected for its ability to age gracefully into a piece that is unique to you. Why does my leather look imperfect? Our leathers may contain some imperfections, but these nicks and scratches tell the life story of the individual hide, and we wouldn’t want it otherwise. Due to the delicate nature of our leather, marks and nicks are expected to form with use over time, but these are a testament to your remarkable adventures and make the product distinctively yours. Will 8oz leather be used throughout my good? While we always start off with a premium piece of 8oz full-grain leather, truth is that it is not practical to use such thick leather for all parts of our bag, especially our wallets, which we want to keep slim. Through many rounds of prototyping our goods, we have finally come up with the perfect formula of thickness combinations that fully showcases the beauty and hardiness of our rich leather.
Will the colour of my leather run? Leathers come originally in a natural colour like that of our skin, hence they go through a dying process to give it its desired colour. While all our leathers are colour fast, meaning they will not run with rubbing and daily use, their colour might run when in damp and warm conditions over prolonged periods of time. Keeping them on you or in your pocket on a hot day for a long periods or having them in wet conditions is not advisable. We advise allowing them to air in cool and dry conditions when possible. When not in use, store them in cool and dry conditions. How do I take care of my leather good? For minor stains, dab with a damp cloth, then polish with leather cream. If in doubt, please seek professional cleaning services. COTTON CANVAS: Will the colour of my canvas run? Cotton canvas will fade naturally with use to reflect a unique vintage patina with varying degrees depending on usage. During use, avoid excessive rubbing with light coloured fabrics as colour transfer may occur, especially in wet conditions. How do I take care of my canvas good? For minor stains, dab with a damp cloth, then polish with leather cream. If in doubt, please seek professional cleaning services. NYLON: How do I remove creases from my nylon good? Creases may form on nylon during with use or placed under pressure. These creases can be smoothed by ironing the area using low heat and with a damp cloth cover placed over the iron. Do not iron on directly. How do I take care of my nylon good? A damp cloth and mild soap should work to remove most dirt and stains simply by wiping. Once the dirt has been lifted, be sure to wipe down the entire bag quickly in order to avoid getting water spots on the fabric. If in doubt, please seek professional cleaning services.
BEADS BRACELET: How do I take care of my beads bracelet good? Keep bracelet away from water and perfume to maintain its condition and prevent discolouration. Avoid over stretching the bracelet, as it may cause it to snap.
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