mirror picLeather, and leather dyes have the possibility of rubbing off and or transferring color to other things. Avoid water, grease, abrasive products, direct sunlight, rain, or heat.

We recommend a professional leather cleaner if you ever need to clean your leather. There are many great products out there to clean and protect your leather if you choose to do it yourself. We use good old saddle soap, Dr Jackson’s leather products, and several different types of weather protecting. None of these are recommended for split hide or suede. Test the product you are going to use in an inconspicuous spot first if possible. Note that many cleaners, rejuvenators and weather protectors will darken your leather.