How to Care for Your Blue (Leather)
All of our products are proudly made in Minnesota using only the finest materials available. Each item is thoroughly designed with the hope it will be your favored travel companion for decades to come.
As our bags age, they will take on a warm patina that's unique to each owner. Even so, there are things you can do to maximize the life of your bag or dopp kit. Dust it periodically with a dry cloth to remove residual particulates and prevent dirt from building up. Never use harsh cleaners or solvents as they could abrade the topcoat, or the finish of the leather or canvas. Use only material specific cleaners like conditioners or waxes and always test on a small area before use. We highly recommend using something with all natural ingredients, like Armstrong's All Natural.
If your product is new, start with a leather wax. If it has already seen some use, use a leather conditioner first, then apply a wax. Going forward, wax periodically, giving it a good conditioning in between.
Keep products out of direct sunlight for long periods of time, and store your product in a dust bag when not in use.
Lastly, travel often and always carry the claw.
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