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Leather Handbag Care

There’s no doubt that the key to your bags looking as good as new is consistent care.

Some helpful tips for looking after your Handbags and Shoes

  • Your new purchase should be protected before wear. Leather needs a wax or cream dressing together with a suitable rain protector. Suedes and Patents need the appropriate protector and leather soles need Sole Guard.
  • Leather soles are a porous material, allowing the feet to breathe. However, they will absorb water in wet conditions and should not be regarded as waterproof. We recommend leather soles are protected with Sole Guard before use and are regularly treated to prolong the life of the sole.
  • Try not to get your leather wet. If you get caught in the rain, dry it off as soon as you can with a duster or a soft cloth. Wet leather should be left to dry naturally, never by direct heat. If the rain permanently spots it, the leather might bubble and never recover.
  • Store carefully. When you’re not using them, store bags in the dust bag provided or a cloth bag. Don’t expose brightly coloured leather to direct sunlight, or even moonlight, which can fade certain pigments. Also avoid humid places, especially if the object is glued. The glue might start to disintegrate. Avoid overfilling your bag.
  • Store your shoes with shoe trees and boot shapers. Shoe trees will keep the shape of the shoes, push out creases in the upper and absorb moisture from the lining. Boot shapers hold the boot upright and help prevent cracking and creasing of the leather.


Handbag Cream
Handbag Cream – Nourishes leather handbags to keep soft and supple. Do NOT use on suede, patent, metallic, pearlised, waxed or oiled leathers.

*Wassap KakDQ for more information on Handbags Cream

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Handbag Sizing Guidelines

Length
Distance from left to right (front of the bag) at the widest point.

Height
Distance from the top to bottom (front of the bag) at the highest point.

Width
Distance from front to back (side of the bag) at the widest point.

Handle Drop
Distance from the top of the handle at the highest point to the top of the bag.

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