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Tips for use for leather jackets

The skin of an animal shows all sorts of variations, as grains, pores, scars and variations in thickness and colour. These are natural imperfections and not defects. This is actually proof that the garment is made of genuine skin and no imitation. These differences of the skin cannot be taken by the garment manufacturer as grounds for possible complaints.
Each piece of leather will react differently to the production process therefore, each part can have a different shade of colour. Be aware that the colour of the jacket can thus be different from the photo.
Before wearing your leather garment we advise you to treat your garment with a special leather spray, for example with the Goosecraft leather spray.

Do's & Don'ts

  • Never keep your leather garment in plastic.
  • Always use a coat-hanger.
  • A leather garment is not a raincoat.
  • Raindrops on pure aniline leather cause spots to appear on the garment. Such spots can be eliminated by mere rubbing of the skin’s surface with a soft clothes brush.
  • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
  • If your garment has become wet by accident, treat it again with goosecraft leather spray.
  • Never use benzene or acetone.
  • All garments made in suede shed, when new produce a dust which results from the shearing of the skin. for this reason you have to brush the garment and after a time all dust will disappear.
  • To remove greasy spots use an emery-stone for suede, a gum-velour’s of woly, or a very fine sandpaper (400-600).
  • Cleaning by leather specialist only.

Tips for use for bags

This leather bag has stylish elegance, a perfect fit and an excellent quality. Goosecraft bags are either made of genuine leather or suede. The exterior is always made of 100% leather. Goosecraft leather bags feature distinctive details to guarantee the quality of the leather. We only use the best quality leather.
These differences of the skin cannot be taken by the garment manufacturer as grounds for possible complaints.

Do's & Dont's

  • Raindrops on pure aniline leather cause spots to appear on the bag. Such spots can be eliminated by mere rubbing of the skin’s surface with a soft clothes brush.
  • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
  • If your bag has become wet by accident, treat it again with goosecraft leather spray.
  • Never use benzene or acetone.
  • All bags made in suede shed, when new produce a dust which results from the shearing of the skin. For this reason you have to brush the garment and after a time all dust will disappear.
  • To remove greasy spots use an emery-stone for suede, a gum-velour’s of woly, or a very fine sandpaper (400-600).
  • Cleaning by leather specialist only.

    Tips for use for shoes

    A Goosecraft leather shoe has stylish elegance, a perfect fit and an excellent quality. Before wearing we advise you to treat your garment with a special leather spray, for an example with the Goosecraft leather spray.

    The skin of an animal shows all sorts of variations, as grains, pores, scars and variations in thickness and colour. These are natural imperfections and not defects. This is actually proof that the garment is made of genuine skin and no imitation. These differences of the skin cannot be taken by the garment manufacturer as grounds for possible complaints.
    Each piece of leather will react differently to the production process therefore, each part can have a different shade of colour. Be aware that the colour of the jacket can thus be different from the photo.

    Do's & Don'ts

    • Never keep your leather shoes in plastic.
    • Raindrops on pure aniline leather cause spots to appear on the garment. Such spots can be eliminated by mere rubbing of the skin’s surface with a soft clothes brush.
    • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
    • If your leather boots has become wet by accident, treat it again with goosecraft leather spray.
    • Never use benzene or acetone.
    • All shoes made in suede shed, when new produce a dust which results from the shearing of the skin. For this reason you have to brush the garment and after a time all dust will disappear.
    • To remove greasy spots use an emery-stone for suede, a gum-velour’s of woly, or a very fine sandpaper (400-600).
    • Cleaning by leather specialist only.

      Tips for use for gloves

      This leather garment has stylish elegance, a perfect fit and an excellent quality. Before wearing we advise you to treat your garment with a special leather spray, for an example with the Goosecraft leather spray.
      The skin of an animal shows all sorts of variations, such as grains, pores, scars and variations in thickness and colour. These are natural imperfections and not defects. This is actually proof that the garment is made of genuine skin and no imitation. These differences of the skin cannot be taken by the garment manufacturer as grounds for possible complaints.

      Do's & Dont's

      • Never keep your leather gloves in plastic.
      • Raindrops on pure aniline leather cause spots to appear on the garment. Such spots can be eliminated by mere rubbing of the skin’s surface with a soft clothes brush.
      • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
      • If your garment has become wet by accident, treat it again with goosecraft leather spray.
      • Never use benzene or acetone.
      • All garments made in suede shed, when new produce a dust which results from the shearing of the skin. for this reason you have to brush the garment and after a time all dust will disappear.
      • To remove greasy spots use an emery-stone for suede, a gum-velour’s of woly, or a very fine sandpaper (400-600).
      • Cleaning by leather specialist only.

        Tips for use for Leather leggings

        Leather leggings are timeless items of clothing with a rebellious background. The garments are easy to combine with many other fabrics. Leather is a real natural product, it is a living material that breathes and is flexible. For better protection, it is important to inject it with leather spray before wearing the leather leggings. The leather spray projects the leather against dirt and water.
        We advise you to follow the maintenance instructions, so that you can enjoy the leather leggings for a long time. For all leggings, good care contributes to a longer lifespan.

        Do's & Dont's

        • Never keep your leather legging in plastic.
        • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
        • Leather leggings can not be washed.
        • Do not bleach your leather legging
        • The leather legging can not be ironed.
        • Never put your leather legging in a dryer.
        • Cleaning by leather specialist only.

          Tips for use for Leather dresses

          At Goosecraft, almost every item is crafted from leather, including our dresses. Leather dresses stand for rebellion and give every outfit a sturdy look and feel. The leather dresses from Goosecraft are stylish and tough. The leather that we use for the dresses is flexible and soft. We only use the best quality leather for our items.

          Leather is a natural product that breathes and isolates in a natural way. The leather qualities have a long lifespan and with the right care you can enjoy your leather Goosecraft item for years.

          Before wearing your dress we advise you to treat your garment with a special leather spray, for an example with the Goosecraft leather spray.

          • Never keep your leather dress in plastic.
          • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
          • Always use a coat-hanger.
          • Never use nemzeme, acetone or bleach.
          • Never iron your leather dress.
          • Never put your leather dress in a dryer.
          • Cleaning by leather specialist only.

            Tips for use for leather blouses

            Leather is a smooth and sturdy material. The autenthic quality is perfect for different garments, such as leather blouses and tops. The tough leather blouses from Goosecraft provide a unique style. The leather blouse is a real eye-catcher and should be handled with good care.

            For example, use the leather spray from Goosecraft. By injecting the leather blouses with our leather spray, the leather blouse is protected against dirt and water. The leather blouses remains beautiful and last even longer.

            We advise you to follow the maintenance instructions so that you can enjoy the leather blouse for a long time. For the leather blouses, proper care contributes to a longer life.

            • Never keep your leather dress in plastic.
            • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
            • Raindrops on pure aniline leather cause spots to appear on the garment. Such spots can be eliminated by mere rubbing of the skin’s surface with a soft clothes brush.
            • If your garment has become wet by accident, treat it again with goosecraft leather spray.
            • Always use a coat-hanger.
            • Never use nemzeme, acetone or bleach.
            • Never iron your leather dress.
            • Never put your leather dress in a dryer.
            • Cleaning by leather specialist only.

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              Tips for use for leather

              The skin of an animal shows all sorts of variations, such as grains, pores, scars and variations in thickness and colour. These are natural imperfections and not defects. This is actually proof that the garment is made of genuine skin and no imitation. These differences of the skin cannot be taken by the garment manufacturer as grounds for possible complaints.
              Each piece of leather will react differently to the production process therefore, each part can have a different shade of colour. Be aware that the colour of the jacket can thus be different from the photo.
              Before wearing your leather garment we advise you to treat your garment with a special leather spray, for an example with the Goosecraft leather spray.

              Do's & Don'ts

              • Never keep your leather garment in plastic.
              • Always use a coat-hanger.
              • A leather garment is not a raincoat.
              • Raindrops on pure aniline leather cause spots to appear on the garment. Such spots can be eliminated by mere rubbing of the skin’s surface with a soft clothes brush.
              • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
              • If your garment has become wet by accident, treat it again with goosecraft leather spray.
              • Never use benzene or acetone.
              • All garments made in suede shed, when new produce a dust which results from the shearing of the skin. for this reason you have to brush the garment and after a time all dust will disappear.
              • To remove greasy spots use an emery-stone for suede, a gum-velour’s of woly, or a very fine sandpaper (400-600).
              • Cleaning by leather specialist only.

              Tips for use for faux fur

              A faux fur garment from Goosecraft has stylish elegance, a perfect fit and an excellent quality. Goosecraft pays a lot of attention to detail, which shows for example in the choice of lining in the body. Be aware that the colour of the jacket can be different from the photo.

              Do's & Dont's

              • Never keep your faux fur garment in plastic.
              • Always use a coat-hanger.
              • Dry at room temperature, never in the sun, near fire or central heating.
              • Never use benzene or acetone.
              • Cleaning by specialist only.

                Tips for use for metallic leather

                Metallic leather products are increasingly seen in fashion. Metallic leather products have a coating on the exterior and can be recognized by the high-gloss and metallic particles in the leather. This type of leather has a beautiful appearance but is also vulnerable and must be well maintained.
                Coats, shoes or other metallic leather products cannot be impregnated with just any spray. Some sprays can cause matt spots on the leather. The leather spray from Goosecraft is a suitable spray to use on metallic leather.

                Before the metallic products are impregnated, they will have to be cleaned first. The dirt and dust must be removed from the leather. Do not use rough cloths or brushes for this, they can damage the metallic leather. For example, use a soft damp cloth. For all leather items, good care contributes to a longer life.

                Tips for use for shearling

                Shearling is a durable and precious leather quality that is very suitable for cold winter days. Shearling leather consists of soft wool on the inside and suede leather on the outside. Shearling leather is primarily used for the well-known 'lammy coats'. Shearling leather is a material that breathes and isolates in a natural way. Goosecraft sticks to the traditional model and keeps a close eye on the fashion trends. Therefore, the Goosecraft lammy coat is always on trend.

                Shearling leather is a precious material. It is necessary to maintain a lammy coat. Always treat a lammy coat before wearing with a leather or suede spray. This can be the same spray that you use to treat leather jackets or suede shoes. The transparant waterproof spray from Goosecraft is suitable for shearling leather.

                Do's & don'ts:

                • A shearling coat has a good resistance to rain, but is not a raincoat. Treat a lammy coat preventively from rain and dirt every year by using a waterproof spray.
                • If the lammy coat has become wet in a heavy rain, dry the lammy coat on a wide coat hanger. Do not hang the lammy coat near a heater, but let the jacket dry in a ventilated room.
                • Never leave your shearling coat (behind glass) in the sun. The shearling leather can discolour. Never keep a shearling coat in plastic or in a warm wardrobe.
                • Hang a lammy coat occasionally outside the closet, so the leather can ventilate. Do not regularly bring your lammy coat to dry cleaning. The process can affect the leather and the colour.
                • You can remove small stains yourself. Use a Suede brush, eraser or a piece of tape. Do not rub the leather too hard.
                • Grease stains can be removed with chalk. Chalk absorbs the fat stain. It is wise to take blackboard chalk in the same colour of your coat. Stick the chalk on the stain, wait for a few minutes and brush the chalk gently from the coat. If the stain is still visible, repeat this process a few times.
                • For the long-term and the best result, have a lammy coat cleaned by a good leather cleaning specialist.