Leather Care Guide
Scuffs and Scratches
Rub your finger in a circular motion over the scuff and/or scratch. This will naturally bring the oils in the leather to the surface causing the scuff and/or scratch to fade away.
Conditioning the Leather Goods
With use and exposure to the natural elements, leather will begin to dry. When leather begins to dry this increases the risk of cracks developing. Conditioning your leather goods with Smith’s Leather Balm every 6-12 months is important to ensure the leather does not crack. I would recommend following Smith’s All Natural instructions with applying this leather balm.
Condition the leather as needed if your leather good is exposed to rain. Allow for your leather good to dry out first then apply the conditioner.
Cleaning the Leather Goods
Use a microfiber or another soft cloth to remove the dirt and dust that may accumulate through daily use as needed.
To clean your leather goods after an organic spill (like coffee, water, etc) dilute Dr. Bronner’s or another mild soap in water. Take a dampened cloth with the soap/water mixture and gently clean the areas that are dirty. Take a second cloth that is damp with water to remove the soap that was applied to stain. Blot the area dry with a towel prior to repeating the process.
Recommend using Chamberlain’s Straight Cleaner for tough stains per Chamberlain’s recommendations.