Everything that leaves our workshop will accompany you on your life’s journeys for several (dozens of) years. And we hope that they will be successful and happy years!

The high-quality leather we use to make our products ages beautifully. Developing a stunning patina is a natural characteristic of leather. Like any other natural product, leather is more sensitive to environmental influences. Rain, dust, sweat, sunlight—all of these factors can ultimately lead to a shorter lifespan of the product or a loss of its original aesthetic perfection.

That’s why it’s worth dedicating time and energy to regular care for your leather jacket, bag, wallet, purse, or any other leather product in the long run. We will introduce you to a few principles for caring for our leather products.


Regularly cleaning your leather will help restore its original quality and perfect look. There’s no point in waiting until the product is visibly dirty. Even impregnated products’ pores can become clogged with invisible dirt over time, and the sooner you remove it, the better for the leather’s lifespan.

If the product is not excessively soiled, a quality leather cleaner and a clean cotton cloth will be sufficient for application. Remember to always put the foam on the cloth first and then apply it to the leather. This will prevent unwanted stains. After application, let the leather air dry naturally. We recommend using Collonil Clean & Care for our products.


Just as external moisture is undesirable, natural moisture is important for maintaining the “healthy” appearance and elasticity of leather. Therefore, it is advisable to regularly nourish every leather product, and over the years, we have found that the colorless Collonil Organic Protect spray works best for us.

Nourishing leather is not only aimed at providing moisture to prevent visible drying over time. Regular application of cream/spray helps to unify the color of the product.

One practical recommendation: apply the cream in several smaller doses using a clean cloth with quick circular motions. This way, you can easily create an evenly thick layer over the entire surface of the product.


Regular impregnation with a high-quality product (based on our own experience, we recommend Collonil Carbon Pro) protects leather products from the penetration of grease, moisture, and other impurities. This is especially important for accessories and clothing items that often come into direct contact with unpredictable weather conditions, such as shoes, jackets, or bags. Impregnation also serves as a preventive measure against more extensive dirt and stains.

Impregnation seals the pores of the leather and creates an invisible protective layer. In the case of Collonil Carbon Pro, which we personally use, it goes even further by covering the leather surface with a semi-permeable membrane. This allows the leather to “breathe” while preventing dirt and moisture from reaching the leather.

It is important to remember that impregnation is not permanent and should be reapplied based on how frequently you use the product and how often it comes into contact with external factors. After applying the impregnation evenly on the leather from a distance of 20-30cm, allow the product to dry naturally for several hours to a day. By regularly impregnating your leather products, you ensure their longevity and enhance their resistance to external elements, keeping them in excellent condition for a longer time.


Never use soaps or any other chemical agents to clean leather.

Protect leather from rain and moisture. If your product gets wet, let it dry naturally. Never place it near a heater or open fire (it could cause cracking).


Never iron leather directly! However, you can iron leather over a towel or another piece of fabric. Leather jackets, leather coats, as well as leather bags or purses can be ironed. It’s important to exercise caution while ironing to avoid direct contact of the iron with the leather. You can enhance the ironing process by treating the leather with Collonil Organic Protect to moisturize its structure. Apply the protectant and then proceed with ironing. This is a proven method.