• Wipe the surface of the leather with a soft cloth or sponge to remove dust, dirt, and stains. Use a mild soap or detergent mixed with water, and gently wipe the surface in a circular motion.

  • Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasives that can damage the material.

  • Best to keep away from sharp objects.

  • Avoid excessive heat: leather can be sensitive to heat sources. Keep it away from heaters, radiators, or other heat-emitting appliances to prevent warping, melting, or discoloration.

  • Store properly: When not in use, store PU leather items in a cool, dry place.

  • Avoid folding or creasing them, as this can lead to permanent damage.
    Use dust covers or fabric bags to protect them from dust and dirt.