Everyone has a favourite pair of shoes, and if yours are made of leather, then there is a need for you to maintain them so that they last you as long as possible. With proper care and maintenance, your favourite shoes can last you longer than you ever expected. The following is just some advice on how to best give them the care that they deserve.
You must start cleaning your saddlebags in a well-ventilated area. This is a wise idea because you will be using dangerous chemicals which are included in the cleaning solutions. If you can, do your cleaning outdoors where there is enough sunlight. It will also be best if you use a mild cleaning solution as to not deteriorate the quality and color of the saddlebag. You can also add water to the cleaning solution to dilute it. To ensure that the cleaning solution that you will be using is ideal for your leather saddlebag, try it by cleaning the back of the saddlebag first and see the results.
Conditioning the leather will extends its life. Choose the conditioner that is made for your type of leather making. Apply to a soft, clean cloth and work into the leather, taking care to get seams. Make sure you condition evenly. Wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
Leather Briefcase – These are of course great for business men who carry lots of important documents for their day to day dealings. Depending on how much documents and whatever else you want to put in, there are different sizes for you. Find the right size before you make your purchase.
Polishing is not necessary to extend the life of your leather making workshop item; however it is usually a desirable process in getting ready for a special occasion.
NEVER use saddle soaps, oil, abrasive cleaners, soaps, furniture polish, varnish, or ammonia based products. These will all probably cause permanent damage to the leather.
Contoured fit jackets are always popular when riding and look great with casual attire. Vests also work well with casual attire and spring and fall riding. Look beyond the traditional black to brown and white jackets.
Ask the supplier of black leather beds the best cleaning products, if any, to use and also ask how often the leather bed needs to be re-moisturised and rehydrated.