Colour variations, small marks or veins are natural effects and should not be mistaken for imperfections. In order to conserve and maintain the natural features of the leather over time, we recommend the following:
- Avoid long exposure to water, sunlight, oily substances, perfumes or cosmetics, which could cause permanent damage. If the bag gets wet, dab the affected area with a dry soft cloth and leave to dry naturally in a well-aired environment. Do not dry by direct exposure to heat.
- Avoid long exposure to sources of heat or strong light.
- Be careful that the leather does not come into contact with abrasive materials to avoid scratching. Light scratches can be removed by gently massaging with a soft neutral cream.
- When not in use the bag may be kept in its dust bag and stored in a dry and well ventilated place. Never store it in a plastic bag.