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Please be aware that leather is a natural material. Discolouration, blemishes, imperfections, scratches, or changes in texture may be visible. These imperfections should not be misconstrued as flaws, as this is what makes each item beautiful and unique.

As a result, the product can vary from the pictures provided. Additionally, the appearance of the leather will change as it ages and develops its natural patina.

All of our products are individually made, and each product may differ slightly from the next.

By purchasing any product, you agree to this disclaimer.


  1. Swiftly Address Stains

In the event of staining on your crazy horse leather, take prompt action by using a lightly damp cloth to gently clean the affected area. In the case of moisture exposure, employ a dry cloth to delicately absorb the dampness. Acting swiftly is key to preventing stains from becoming permanent, especially when moisture is involved, as prolonged contact can lead to discoloration.

  1. Avoid Chemical-Based Cleaners

What distinguishes crazy horse leather is the unique wax treatment it receives. This natural wax deeply nourishes the leather’s fibres. If the need arises to remove a stain, refrain from using chemical-based cleaners, as they can undermine the wax and harm the leather. Instead, opt for a soft cloth, warm water, and mild hand soap for stain removal.

  1. Consider Leather Creams or Conditioners

While the character-enhancing marks and scratches on crazy horse leather can be appreciated for their history and use, not everyone prefers them. To restore your crazy horse leather to looking new, consider applying a leather balm or conditioner.

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