Suede and leather garments require special care to maximize wearing life. Always store your leather in a cool, ventilated area to prevent drying and mildew. Never use plastic bags as storage, and always let wet garments air dry away from heat. Since leather and suede are very susceptible to staining from perspiration and body oils, make sure to protect vulnerable areas by wearing scarves and shirts with sleeves.
Taking leather to the dry cleaner
Stains should always be cared for by a professional dry cleaner as soon as possible. If you have special care information that came with your garment, please provide it in your 1-800-DryClean Bright Blue Bag for pick up. Also, be sure to indicate exactly where the stain is on the article so the dry cleaner does not attempt to remove an old or set stain. It’s also a good idea to clean any matching pieces at the same time to ensure color consistency.