How to Clean Leather
Keep Your Mobile Device Leather Cases Looking Great
When you first get your new mobile device leather case it will look great. There’s nothing quite like the feel and smell of new leather. It is soothing and delicious. As your leather case ages it will get even softer and better looking, but only if it has the proper care.
Leather is very strong and durable, and can withstand a great deal of abuse, but Camalen always wants you to enjoy your leather cases and wants to help you keep them at their best. We are happy to provide you with the best instructions for how to clean leather cases so they always look and feel their best.
The first step to keeping your leather cases clean is to wipe dust and dirt off with a soft, clean cloth. A soft cloth will avoid scratching the leather, and keep dust and dirt from embedding itself into the skin where it can wear it down.
Keeping dust and dirt off of your casings is only a small part of knowing how to clean leather. You need to lubricate the leather to keep it supple and beautiful. This isn’t hard, and it doesn’t take very long. Simply massage a liberal amount of natural leather cream into your leather cases every three to four months. Always make sure your leather case is free of dust and debris before applying the leather cream to avoid rubbing in the damaging particles.
Along with learning how to clean your leather cases, it is important to keep them in safe environments. The right atmosphere is very important. Keep your leather products at room temperature. Always keep your leather cases away from any heat sources and out of direct sunlight.
Do not put your leather products in enclosed places such as plastic or metal boxes and drawers. Leather must breathe to maintain its texture. It’s also a good idea to avoid putting your leather cased items in pockets or purses with other items that can damage the surface of the leather. While your leather casings are an excellent way to protect your devices from damage in those conditions, it will mar the surface of the leather, and detract from their looks over time and exposure.