Caring For Your Items
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-Nothing likes sweat and grime! Hardware and leather will deteriorate over time if not kept clean and free of sweat and dirt.
-Leather doesn't like excess moisture. When not in use, store your items in a dry place away from the elements.
-Check screws and ties regularly! They can come undone and that could make for a very bad day.
-Leather is not a fan of salt water. If taking a beach trip, maybe opt for some non-leather tack/accessories.
Caring For Our Leather:
-Wipe any hides, painted or tooled sections with a damp cloth or sponge to clean. You may use a soft brush to get into little cracks. I don't recommend putting any leather oil or cleaning/conditioning products in these sections as they may discolor your item. If you really want to use a product on them, please test it on a small spot first but we don't advise this.
-For any plain leather sections (back, overlays, straps, etc) you can clean them using saddle soap and leather conditioner as you normally would! Some products will darken leather so we suggest testing a small spot first.
-Be careful using oil (neatsfoot, olive, leather oil, etc) as it will darken your leather. Test it on a small spot first to make sure you'll get the desired effect.
Caring For Hardware:
-Wipe down your hardware with a damp cloth or sponge. You may use a soft bristled brush to really get the dirt off if needed.
-You can use a mild dish soap to help clean hardware. Just make sure you wipe it all off after you're done.
-For bling conchos/buckles, lightly scrub with a soft bristled brush (toothbrush or fingernail brushes work great!)
-Do not use any sort of acetone or heavy duty soaps/scrubs to clean hardware as these might take the finish off.
Caring for Leather Patch Beanies/Hats:
-Wipe down the patches with a damp cloth or sponge. Use a soft bristled brush if extra dirty.
-Hand wash the fabric parts being careful to avoid excess water on the leather patch. Hang to dry.
-Do not throw these in a washing machine. You will ruin the patch!