If your leather goods become wet, wipe dry with a soft, clean cloth and allow to air dry. Do not attempt to speed drying time with heat application (hair driers, heating vents, direct sunlight etc.). This will cause irreversible damage to the leather. A gentle fan may aid drying if placed 6 to 12 inches from the leather. If saturation occurs, the leather may take several days to fully dry.
Avoid drying on surfaces that may encourage dye color transfer (such as rugs and upholstery), and do not wear your item while it is damp.
Do not leave handbags or accessories exposed to extreme heat or direct sunlight for extended periods of time, such as in a hot car or unshaded at the beach. Extreme heat and sunlight can degrade the material, cause dye color transfer, and fade colors over time.
Avoid handling your leather goods immediately after applying cosmetics, sunscreen, hand lotion, or hand sanitizer. These types of products may discolor and/or damage the leather.