Product Care

Leather Care

Keep your Patella Designs leather bags in a cool dry place when not in use. Mildew can deteriorate if it is allowed to grow on it. Do not leave your items in a humid or wet basement, as it could promote the growth of mildew

Do not keep your leather in plastic either. Removing all air supply from the leather is bad for the material.

If you find out that your leather is starting to dry or crack it may be time to moisturize the material by applying some leather conditional/cream. When applying the cream make sure to avoid the places that are not made out of leather.

Store your leather purse in a dust bag or a natural-fabric pillowcase.

Keep cosmetics inside a pouch. Cap all pens and anything that leaks. Get a case to protect the leather and keep small items from spilling or damaging the fabric.

Avoid cleaning products with alcohol, turpentine or other mineral spirits as they will discolor and dry out leather.

Never allow the water to soak into your bag. If the bag gets wet, do not use a hairdryer on it. Instead, absorb as much water as possible with a thick microfiber hand towel and allow the bag to air dry. Then, condition it again and store it.

Leather Care

Keep your Patella Designs leather bags in a cool dry place when not in use. Mildew can deteriorate if it is allowed to grow on it. Do not leave your items in a humid or wet basement, as it could promote the growth of mildew

Do not keep your leather in plastic either. Removing all air supply from the leather is bad for the material.

If you find out that your leather is starting to dry or crack it may be time to moisturize the material by applying some leather conditional/cream. When applying the cream make sure to avoid the places that are not made out of leather.

Store your leather purse in a dust bag or a natural-fabric pillowcase.

Keep cosmetics inside a pouch. Cap all pens and anything that leaks. Get a case to protect the leather and keep small items from spilling or damaging the fabric.

Avoid cleaning products with alcohol, turpentine or other mineral spirits as they will discolor and dry out leather.

Never allow the water to soak into your bag. If the bag gets wet, do not use a hairdryer on it. Instead, absorb as much water as possible with a thick microfiber hand towel and allow the bag to air dry. Then, condition it again and store it.

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