Leather care and maintenance. An ultimate guide on how to treat your Anoeses accessories.

Hello, y'all, kinky friends! We're ecstatic that the amount of Anoeses fans grows each day. So does the number of people who admire leather for its powerful nature and beauty. And today, we've prepared a helpful article about WHAT kinds of leather we use to sew our products and HOW to treat them with love.

To make our restraint sets UNO and URANIA, all our men's collection, casual belts, chokers, bags, and harnesses, we use full-grain vegetable leather. This is the most traditional, desired, and expensive of all leathers.

anoeses URANIA

 

Features:

- Unique pattern. Natural scratches and grain make this leather unique and valuable.

- A pull-up effect. It results in the movement of oils and pigment inside the leather due to the capillary effect. It appears on bends and curvatures of leather.

- Non-water repellent and has high absorbency. Being wet, it becomes more flexible and acceptable to deformation. In some cases, moisture leads to the loss of decorative qualities: color, texture, the structure of the product.

Storage and care:

  • Products manufactured from full-grain vegetable leather need to be stored in dark places.
  • Avoid direct sunlight to prevent fading and loss of color.
  • Do not store in tight spaces to avoid deformational damage.
  • Use only cotton cloth to clean the product up if needed.
  • Avoid any contact with water, sharp or hard objects, and chemicals:
  1. acids
  2. oils
  3. solvents
  4. gasoline
  5. shoe polishers

 

Another type of leather we use at Anoeses is corrected grain leather. And from it, we make restraint sets DITA and AURA, some blindfolds and gags, chocker LILIT.

 

Features

- Non-water repellent but has low absorbency. In this case, patent leather has maximum protection.

- More resistant to mechanical damage like scratches, especially patent leather. But still, it needs to be taken care of.

Storage and care

  • Products manufactured from full-grain vegetable leather need to be stored in dark places.
  • Avoid direct sunlight to prevent fading and loss of color.
  • Do not store in tight spaces to avoid deformational damage.
  • Use only cotton cloth to clean the product up if needed.
  • Avoid any contact with water, sharp or hard objects, and chemicals:
  1. acids
  2. oils
  3. solvents
  4. gasoline
  5. shoe polishers

 

NOTE! Pay attention to suede lining. The purpose of it is to soften the touch to the skin of a wearer. And it may get dirty. To clean the suede, you may use a synthetic brush and a special cleanser. We recommend not use much cleaning substances to avoid draining through the suede and moisturizing the leather from the inside.

Guys, if you're planning to buy or you're a master of our products, please, don't ignore this information. Because leather is our major passion and we want you to take care of it. It's a win-win situation.

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