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March 05, 2018

Purchases at Orange Bridge Supply are meant to last. The company truly believes in offering buy-it-for-life purchases at competitive prices. When you’re dealing with leather, however, some of the onus is on you to ensure that your purchase truly stands the test of time. Caring for leather goods isn’t hard, but it does take a little know-how to ensure you’re doing the best you can for your custom leather items.

Here are some quick and easy tips to ensure you get the best life out of your custom leather goods.

Storing Your Leather

Leather items are meant to be worn. When you’re not wearing them, however, it’s important to pay attention to how you store them. For example, if you store your leather items in direct sunlight, their color is likely to fade. They can also get dried out and crack, leading to an unappealing, brittle appearance. Instead, choose a cool, dry location to store your leather in so that it stays supple without growing mold.

Cleaning Your Leather

If you want your custom leather items to continue looking their best, you’ll want to clean them regularly. However, you need to be careful how you clean them. Never use abrasive chemicals, which can strip the natural oils from your leather. Instead, use conditioners and cleansers specifically designed for leather or simply use a damp cloth.

Also, ensure that you don’t press hard when cleaning leather. If your leather item is covered in dirt, pressing hard can make the dirt particles scratch the surface of your leather. Wiping gently with a damp cloth should be enough to clean your leather without causing damage. After you’ve cleaned your item, be sure to let it air dry.

Wearing Your Leather

If you’re a fan of the custom leather bracelets, you’re sure to want to wear your items regularly. That’s great! Just be careful not to stretch the leather out. Make sure you purchase the right size for your wrist and avoid tugging at your bracelet or fiddling with it overmuch when you’re thinking or nervous. This can stretch the leather, and unlike the hair tie you may be accustomed to wearing around your wrist, your leather bracelet won’t just snap back into place.

As long as you follow these quick and easy tips, your leather goods are sure to stand the test of time. These items are built to last, and the craftsmanship is top notch. A little TLC on your part will ensure that great craftsmanship doesn’t go to waste.


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