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Care Guide

Leather

The charm of our leathers is their ability to evolve and patina over time which is a reflection of the leather's beauty and high quality.

To keep your leather looking its best, we recommend caring for it regularly by cleaning any dust/dirt with a soft cloth and then conditioning the leather with a cream to moisturise and nourish.

Try to keep your leather away from sharp objects and rubbing against rough surfaces to minimise scratches.

If the leather does get wet then blot with a dry cloth and leave in a cool place so that it can dry naturally.

When the belts and dog collars are not being used, it's best to store them away from direct sunlight to avoid fading and flat so that they keep their shape. 

Do get in contact if you have any other questions on caring for your leather goods. 

Candles 

When you first use the candle burn the wax until it melts the entire surface and then for each subsequent use burn for at least an hour, that way the fragrance will infuse the room wonderfully and the wax will stay even.

The wick should be kept trimmed to 5mm and keep the candle out of draughts to avoid any sooting. 

Never leave candles unattended or burn for more than 4 hours. 

Don't burn candles right to the end, they should be discarded once you have 2cm at the base.

Handle with care when in use and wait for wax to completely set as the container may be hot.

See base of candle.

Diffusers 

Handle with care and avoid spillages as they may mark surfaces.

If liquid gets on skin wash with plenty of soap and water. 

See outside of box.

Throws and Cushions 

We recommend only dry cleaning the wool throws and cushions to keep them looking fabulous.