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Care Instructions

For Leather Parts:​

  • Leather is a natural material, which evolves over time. A leather patina is a sign of genuine, high-quality leather. It absorbs the traces of life around it - the natural body oils that your body produces, water, moisture, conditioner, dirt, dust, sunlight, heat - the leather absorbs it all. Over time, it develops a sheen in some places - while some spots may see a relative darkening.

  • The more you handle your leather product around, and the way you handle it also affects the nature and degree of patina that develops. If you use the product naturally - in a usual way with the usual standard of leather care, a patina is likely to come up gradually. 

  • If you want to maintain your leather bracelet, you can use dry and soft cloth for cleaning after use.

  • Keep it in a cool, dry place when not in use. Use our packaging to keep your jewellery bright, shiny, and tarnish-free longer!

  • Avoid contact with water. If you accidentally put it in your laundry and the bracelet becomes fully wet, do take note that the leather will shrink a little. It is best to air-dry it overnight before putting it back inside the packaging.

  • Getting your leather bracelet wet by wearing it to shower or while swimming can strip the oils from the leather's surface. If that happens, the leather can get stretched and damaged.

  • Due to hygienic reasons, leather bracelets should also be removed before playing sports of any kind. Please remove jewellery before washing hands, bathing, swimming or applying body care products such as perfume or soap to prevent stains and discolouration.

  • During the wet and humid season, we strongly advise you to store the product with a silica gel or a dehumidifier to keep your bracelet dry. By doing these, it absorbs the surrounding moisture which prevents mould.

For Stainless Steel Parts:

  • Stainless steel is made of a steel alloy that contains chromium. The good thing about stainless steel is that it does not corrode or rust easily. Although it is also very durable, this type of steel can get scratched and stained.

  • Dip a soft, lint-free cloth into the soapy water, and gently wipe the stainless steel part with the damp cloth until the piece is clean. When cleaning it, rub the item along its polish lines. Wipe the remaining soap off the stainless steel part using a moist cloth dipped in clean water. Dry it well with a clean towel, and then leave it to air dry.

  • Use a soft cloth to clean the stainless part carefully, buffing your plated jewellery with a soft cloth is an effective and inexpensive way to keep your pieces lustrous. Do not use a jewellery polishing cloth, as this can damage the finish.

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