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How to care for your leather goods

Leather is a natural product and requires some TLC to keep it in tip top condition. Inconsistency in colour, texture and tone of leather is a natural and unique characteristic, not a defect. Leather also ages and fades with time, as this is another natural characteristic of this material, and constant exposure to direct sunlight may speed up this process.

The leathers used in our products are intended to soften with wear, and often they feature special colour and texture treatments that add charm and originality to our leather goods. To maintain the condition and longevity of your Cadelle Leather products and prevent them from aging and fading, we recommend you regularly love your leather with a special leather moisturising conditioner (every month or so depending on how often you wear your goodies). Storing your leather products in a cool place that is not too dry and not too humid, and away from direct sunlight, is also important in maintaining their condition.


How To: Remove Jeans Stains From Leather

For those leather handbag lovers out there like us, we all know the feeling of looking down at your gorgeous light coloured leather bag and realising that the dye from your new pair of jeans has stained the leather. This has likely been followed by a feeling of panic and then dismay, thinking the bag is stained forever.

Luckily, this is not the case. The transfer of dye to leather is one of the most popular issues our customers and leather wearers universally encounter, but it is also one of the easiest stains to remove.

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