/ Leather Care
Growing Old Gracefully
Just like women and fine wines, leather is a natural material that grows old gracefully. It will inevitably gain some patina as time goes by but this is to be seen as a one of the many qualities this material preserves.
Keep It in the Right Environment
A good wine needs to be kept in the right environment, and this also applies to the leather goods from Svare / Andersen. Unfortunately, it is not as easy to keep your new favorite bag stored away, like a wine in a wine-cooler, even though it would look good in a showcase. Therefore, you need to keep the weather in mind before departing on a trip with your best friend. Natural elements, so as water, oil, heat, light and high degrees of humidity or dry air can damage the material and should be avoided.
Tuck It in Bed
Like yourself, your leather needs a break when you are not on adventures. All of your daily action will set its mark on the fabric and it is important that you give your leather item time to rest, once in a while. Tuck it in its dust bag and offer it the best possible resting-conditions. Then you will be able to enjoy your leather item for as long as you’d like.
Leather is a living material, and as all other living creatures, it needs attention to avoid fading. Treat it like it was a spoiled date and offer it frequent spa-appointments where you massage it in leather care and rub it in impregnation. Then your goods will have the best possibilities to stand the test of time and age more beautifully over the years.
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