Leather Care

Care Instructions

We love the leathers we use because they do break in and look beautiful with age. Because leather is a natural material, there will be subtle variations in each item and the leather will wear over time. All leather products require periodic care. We recommend you use a high quality, alcohol-free leather cleaner or conditioner to maintain the leather of your Outback product, or you may take your item to a leather specialist. We do not offer cleaning, re-dying, refurbishing, or similar services.

Leather is a natural material. Time ages leather to make it more beautiful with each passing day. Each piece of leather is unique and hence demands your love and care. If leather gets too wet: Dry it slowly. Speed drying leather changes its chemical structure, and you end up with stiff crinkles. So room temperature with gentle air works better than direct heating with hair-dryer.

If leather gets too dry: Rub something moist into it. Pick a leather dressing or cream, preferably recommended for leather.
If leather gets dirty: Just use a damp cloth. You don’t want to be putting any soaps or chemical detergents in there.
Never wrap your leather products in plastic. Your leather needs to breathe in order to avoid any mildew growth, so keep some ventilation going.

Should your product get wet, remove any residual water immediately with a paper towel, pack loosely with paper and allow it to dry naturally.