Leather is naturally long lasting and, generally, needs little to no maintenance for daily use. In order to maintain the natural beauty of leather and keep it polished, as well as prevent dust particles, gently dust the leather with a dry cloth. 

For care & cleaning related to specific finishes, please see below.  Please note that in some cases, it may not be able to fully remove the stain. However, these are some tips that could help:


Aniline / Semi Aniline Leathers:

Due to Aniline / Semi Aniline leathers having the least amount of protective finishes, they will typically need extra care or cleaning in the event of accidental spills.

  • Gently dab the stain with a dry cloth. Do not rub as this can spread the stain and make it worse .
  •  If needed, use a non-alkaline soap with a damp cloth to help remove any additional stains.  Let the area air dry after applying the damp cloth.
  • Do not apply the liquid directly to the leather (make sure to use a cloth, etc)
  • Aniline leather has a natural finish, so scratches are very likely to occur. You can smooth the scratches out with your hand - the leathers' natural oils and waxes will rise to the top of the surface, helping the scratch to gradually fade.


Pigmented Leather

Pigmented leathers are treated with a thicker coating, or finish, so stains are less likely to occur.

  • For any spills, gently dab the affected area with a damp cloth in a circular motion to moderate pressure. Let the area naturally air dry before repeating.


Suede & Nubuck

  • Use a dry cloth to gently dab the affected area 
  • If that doesn't work, use a lightly dampened cloth to gently remove the stain



  • Hair-on-Hides can be vacuumed (in the same direction of the hair)
  • For any spills, immediately dab the affected area with a dry cloth or use a lightly dampened cloth, or sponge to gently rub the stain. 
  • Do not use a hairdryer to dry the affected area, let the hide naturally air dry on its own.


Shearling / Fur

  • For any spills, gently dab the affected area with a clean, dry cloth. Do not use excessive force or pressure, as this can pull on the shearlings natural hair. 



If none of the methods above seem suitable for a specific situation, we recommend consulting a leather cleaning specialist for expert assistance.