- If your bag gets wet: Wipe excess liquid immediately with a clean cloth or sponge; let the leather air dry. Do not use a heat source to speed up the drying. When drying your bag, stuff the inside with newspaper to help the bag hold its shape and to help absorb moisture from the interior.
- If your bag gets dry: Massage a high-quality leather conditioner into the leather and use a clean cloth to gently wipe off excess.
If your bag gets dirty: Do not spot clean leather; clean the entire surface. Wipe clean with a damp cloth and dry with a clean, soft cloth. Start by always handling your leather with clean hands - oil and residue will easily transfer to leather. Every now and then, briskly sweep your leather bag with a soft, dry, or slightly damp cloth. Once or twice a year, remove dirt buildup by wiping down your leather bag with a cleaner made specifically for leather. Apply in a circular motion, and wipe off with a slightly damp cloth to avoid clogging the pores of the leather.
- When not in use: Store them away from heat, humidity, sunlight, and dust and preferably in a fabric bag.