OM leathers are selected for their durability, refinement, and luxurious hand-feel. Each of our products has undergone rigorous long-term quality testing. As such, you may enjoy your OM leather goods with great confidence.
It is always wise to use caution when wearing your leather goods around materials with an enhanced risk of dye color transfer. Materials such as unwashed denim and other leathers can leave dye deposits on your leather goods. In certain cases, your leather goods may be susceptible to transferring their own dyes; particularly if they are wet or have been exposed to extreme heat.
Store your leather goods for extended periods of time in their accompanying dust bag with tissue paper inserts. Where possible, avoid storing your leather goods in a sealed box; the leather will better retain its supple quality if it is permitted to breathe.
In most cases, special leather conditioning should not be necessary in order to maintain your leather goods. If you feel that your leather goods would benefit from a conditioning treatment, we recommend that you consult with a leather care professional prior to applying any products to the leather.
When using your leather goods regularly, one of the most effective care methods is weekly dusting with a clean, dry cloth.
Most light stains can be removed by gently wiping the leather with a very lightly water-dampened cloth.
Please avoid rubbing the stain vigorously or with excessive pressure as it is likely to worsen the condition of the leather. Saddle soap or any other soaps, wipes, oils, detergents, or cleaning agents of any kind, should not be used to clean the leather.
If your leather goods become stained in such a way that the stain cannot be gently lifted, we recommend seeking the advice of a leather care professional. We are committed to helping you preserve the heirloom quality of your leather goods. Please contact The Concierge should you require our assistance.
If your leather goods become wet, wipe dry with a soft, clean cloth and allow to air dry. Do not attempt to speed drying time with heat application (hair driers, heating vents, direct sunlight etc.); this will cause irreversible damage to the leather. A gentle fan may aid drying if placed 6 to 12 inches from the leather. If saturation occurs, the leather may take up to several days to dry completely.
Avoid drying on surfaces that may encourage dye color transfer (such as rugs and upholstery), and do not wear your item while it is wet.
Do not leave your leather goods exposed to extreme heat or direct sunlight for extended periods, such as in a hot car or un-shaded at the beach. Extreme heat and sunlight can degrade leather, cause dye color transfer, and fade colors over time.
Avoid handling your leather goods immediately after applying cosmetics, sunscreen, hand lotion, or hand sanitizer. These types of products may discolor and/or damage the leather.
Our production process is dedicated to the highest levels of craftsmanship and material quality standards; the same holds true for our in-house repair services.
Should your leather goods require repair, please contact The Concierge, and we will be glad to assist you.