Leather Care Follow our top TLC tips to keep your leather looking great for years to come. If you have any questions about caring for your leather goodies, just leave a comment on the product page or contact our Customer Care team. Bag Care Excess Baggage Take care not to over-fill your bag as it may lose its form and you could damage the handles. Colour Transfer Colour fastness can't be guaranteed on suede or leather accessories or shoes, avoid contact between them and paler materials. Wear with Care Bags embellished with beads and sequins are especially delicate. Wet, Wet, Wet Leave wet handbags to dry naturally, never use artificial heat. Stuffing your bag with paper will help maintain the shape of your bag as it dries. In the event of suede or leather becoming wet during wear, avoid contact with light materials as colour transfer may occur. Suede Solutions Before cleaning, make sure the item is dry and remove any dirt. Due to the fine nature of suede pieces, extra care should be taken when cleaning. Gentle use of a suede brush will remove most stains. Regular use of a protector spray will help provide invisible protection against rain, water and staining. Protector spray will help with water resistance but it will not make your item waterproof. When using protector spray, test on a small area first and always read the label. Shoe Care Don't Delay Prevention is better than cure when it comes to suede and leather. Regular use of a protector spray will help provide invisible protection to guard against rain, water and staining. It will help with water resistance but it will not make your item completely waterproof (wellies are the only solution when it's tipping it down). Test the protector spray on a small area first and always read the label. Keep it Clean Suede can be delicate, so clean it carefully with a special suede brush. Rain, Rain go Away Colour fastness cannot be guaranteed on suede or leather shoes. Avoid contact with paler materials (pale-coloured socks, for example). Definitely avoid contact with light materials if your suede or leather shoes get wet. Leave wet shoes to dry naturally, never use artificial heat. Use a shoe tree or stuff them with paper to help maintain the shape of your shoes as they dry. Heel Help On certain styles there are 'top pieces' on heels (heel caps) and these are a replaceable component. Don't allow them to wear down as this could result in damaging the rest of the heel. They should be replaced regularly by a reputable and friendly cobbler. Save our Soles Leather soles are a natural product and give a premium, luxury finish to a shoe. However, leather soles are porous in wet conditions. To maintain the life of your soles, it's best not to wear them in the rain or wet conditions. To prolong the life and wear of leather soles, we also recommend that fine half-rubber soles are fitted. This can be done at most cobblers. Fancy Feet Shoes embellished with beads and sequins are especially delicate. Please take particular care when wearing, as scuffing may occur.