Material: 100% leather
Lining: 100% Goat Suede
Your Aranyani leather bag, deserves the utmost care as it is product of a centuries-old tradition performed by skilled artisans. Top 3 concerns of caring a Aranyani Leather Bag ought to be cleaning,
conditioning, and storing your bag. Here are a few tips:
Leather bags are susceptible to absorbing grease and oil.
Briskly sweep your leather bag with a soft, dry, or slightly damp cloth. (Too much water; Keep in
mind that leather takes time to dry.)
Once or twice a year, remove dirt build-up by wiping down your leather bag with a leather specific cleaner. Apply in a circular motion, and wipe o with a slightly damp cloth to avoid clogging the
pores of the leather.
Leather conditioner acts as a moisturizer for your leather bag. Without it, the leather will dry out
To prevent flaking and wrinkling, apply leather conditioner to a soft cloth and gently rub over the bag.
Depending on the dryness or humidity in your climate, apply conditioner at least twice a year, up to
once a month or so, to keep your leather bag soft and supple.
Stuff your leather bag with bubble wrap or parchment paper (but not newspaper, as it will smear) to restore and hold its shape.
Place your stuffed leather bag in its original dust bag, along with Silica Gel packets to avoid dampness.
Air your leather bag once every two weeks to prevent mold growth.
That fine leather bag? It’s not just a leather bag. It’s the product of fine craftsmanship. May we honour the craftsmen by our care for their craft.
4. ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS
Do try not to expose your bags to household chemicals, perfume or hairspray, as these can cause precious stones and metals to lose its lustre
Colour bleeding of adjacent garments
Denim garment bleed colour on the leather surface of bag in lighter colours.
Do not be surprised if a slight variance in the depth of colour occurs after cleaning the leather. Since
a Bag is constructed from skins obtained from different parts of an animal or animals, colourfastness