> Care & Maintenance
Leather furniture, in a normal contract and domestic environment, requires little maintenance, although obviously
leather in lighter shades will need more attention.
Regular care of leather does ensure its lasting quality and some general rules for regular cleaning and
Clean the leather with a soft damp cloth taking care not to soak the leather.
Do not use saddle soap, wax polishes or spray polishes.
Do not use any product or any method of cleaning not recommended by the manufacturer.
Avoid letting buckles, studs and zips come into direct contact with the furniture.
Avoid drying out the leather by taking extra care where there is heating or an open fireplace.
NB: The above cleaning instructions do NOT apply to Nubuck Suede or any other uncoated leather.
For further advice on care and maintenance please contact the tannery or its representative.