To make your gorgeous handmade gloves last as long as possible you should treat them with care.

General Instructions

Gloves should be stretched slightly in the longitudinal direction after every time you wear them. This way their original shape and the length of fingers is restored. It is advisable to keep the gloves either flat or folded twice as they should not be wrinkled.

Avoid getting the gloves wet! Bright and intense colors may dye when they get in touch with liquids.

If gloves get wet allow them to dry at room temperature preferably on a towel.

Small imperfections caused by getting wet can be faded by stretching the leather a bit around the area with flaws.

The shine of the nappa leather can be increased by rubbing the gloves with a soft cloth and by using some talcum powder.

The surface of suede leather can be improved with a soft brush or a piece of foam.

Some dust particles may come off from suede leather when the gloves have not yet been used. This can be removed by brushing lightly.

How to Wash Leather Gloves

Although usually the gloves should not be exposed to water it is still possible to wash them by hand. Do not machine wash leather gloves.

Use only mild detergent like for example Marseille soap mixed with warm water.

Wear a washable glove in your hand and gently rub it with your free hand above the surface of the water. Do not immerse gloves in water as lining materials with natural fiber may shrink if the water temperature is too high. Please also note that gloves with fur lining or otherwise containing fur should not be washed with water.

Rinse the gloves with warm water mixed with the same detergent but this time with less amount.

Allow the gloves to dry at room temperature on a towel. Do not store them on a radiator or near any other heat source.

While the gloves are still slightly damp gently put them on to restore their original shape.

Gloves made from the finest leathers should not be exposed to spray or cream containing silicone.