Leather cuff care

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How should I care for my leather cuffs? Should I use a leather conditioner? How should I store them?
04/04/2010
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Sammi Sammi
You can wipe down the leather upper with a damp cloth if necessary. You can use leather cleaner also. The lining can be cleaned with soap and water if needed.

You can store them flat or rolled. I typically store cuffs flat in a drawer.

Hope that helps!
04/04/2010
UsaBoxBabe UsaBoxBabe
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Originally posted by Sammi
You can wipe down the leather upper with a damp cloth if necessary. You can use leather cleaner also. The lining can be cleaned with soap and water if needed.

You can store them flat or rolled. I typically store cuffs flat in a ... More
Thank you!
04/05/2010
Casey Oh! Casey Oh!
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Originally posted by UsaBoxBabe
Thank you!
Just be sure there isn't too much water on the damp cloth, as it can damage the leather. Hope you are enjoying the Divinity restraints - we would love to hear feedback on how we can make our product better in the future!
04/05/2010
DustBunny DustBunny
I treat all my collars with Dr. Marten's Wonder Balsam, it's safe and effective for leather and lambskin. As for the fur a slightly damp clothing for cleaning and some soft brushing. Prolonged wear can leave deposits of sweat in the fur and that can make it less soft and at times itchy. Some cleaning will help restore it.
05/01/2010
(Re)tired Stripper (Re)tired Stripper
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Originally posted by DustBunny
I treat all my collars with Dr. Marten's Wonder Balsam, it's safe and effective for leather and lambskin. As for the fur a slightly damp clothing for cleaning and some soft brushing. Prolonged wear can leave deposits of sweat in the fur and ... More
Thank you for the helpful information. I was wondering the same. I don't own these restraints yet, but I plan to, and they are a good investment that I need to know how to take proper care of.
03/16/2011
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