Care and maintenance

At the heart of our philosophy is a commitment to providing products that not only reflect exceptional style, but that last over time. Noble and resistant natural leather is the cornerstone of our creations, and we want to ensure that you enjoy its beauty for many years. To ensure the longevity and splendor of your purchases, we provide expert care advice. From cleaning to moisturizing, every detail counts to preserve the softness and luster of the leather. Explore our selection and discover the perfect union between fashion and quality, where each product is an investment in style and resistance.

General care.

  • Our products are not waterproof: DO NOT WET.
  • DO NOT USE ANTIBACTERIAL WITH ALCOHOL, as the leather may deteriorate.
  • Light-colored leathers can be stained with other dark clothing or surfaces. In the case of dark colors , avoid contact with light clothing or surfaces to avoid staining them.
  • Do not wash.
  • Do not use dryer.
  • Do not expose to sunlight or near heat sources.
  • Do not use products with solvents and/or abrasives.
  • Do not store in humid places.

Depending on the treatment given to the leather during tanning*, it is advisable to do a test before applying cleaners or conservation products to the interior, to check that it does not alter its color or characteristics.

We recommend taking special care with any leather item, especially light tones, and cleaning them first with a damp white cloth to remove dirt residue from use and then applying special products for conservation; silicone for leather (preferably the brand of the product) and/or white cream eraser (new and clean) by applying gentle pressure.

To prevent deterioration of the leather, we recommend using a LEATHER CLEANER AND RENEWER, available in our Maróc stores. This product protects, cleans, hydrates and shines leather items.

If you have any questions about care and repairs of our products, do not hesitate to visit us at our points of sale, where our advisors will be happy to provide the information you need.


Finishes on the leather.

  • Suede Leather: Suede comes from the inner part of the skin of smaller animals such as lamb or goat, this makes it much softer to the touch and much more delicate; It is a thin and fine leather. Like leather and nubuck, it is a very delicate leather and prone to scratching, getting dirty and losing its color.
  • Nubuck Leather: Similar to Suede due to its soft texture, they differ because suede comes from the internal part of the leather, while Nubuck comes from the external part, which makes it more flexible and stronger. Very soft to the touch and delicate as it scratches very easily, also in contact with water its color darkens or lightens and it is likely that it will never return to its original color.
  • Flesh Leather: Flesh has a soft touch and comes from the inner part of the animal's leather. It is less strong than Nubuck, but equally delicate, it is more sensitive to stains, oiling and sunlight, which is why the leather discolors very easily. When you touch it, you will see darker areas and lighter ones.
  • Smooth Leather: It is the most used material for shoes and bags. It comes from the outside of the leather, which makes it flexible; It also contains natural fats, which make it soft, but these natural fats can be lost over time, so it must be constantly hydrated so that it does not lose its natural characteristics. It is also sensitive to contact with water, so waterproofing is essential.
  • Buffalo Leather: It is a very durable, soft leather that looks great after use. It has the same characteristics as smooth leather and therefore requires care. They are leathers with fats and waxes that give the leather a vintage touch and a soft, greasy touch. The visual effects they generate are 100% leather and give an appearance of being used and old.
  • Patent leather: Being covered with a layer of shiny varnish, the patent leather is already waterproofed, but it needs care to brighten its colors and prevent cracks as they tend to present wrinkles due to use.
  • Pigmented Leather: It has the same characteristics as smooth leather, but it has several processes where the skin's imperfections are corrected as much as possible. Its most important finish is very strong and penetrating pigments that give it a uniform color and appearance.

The leathers have a degree of waterproofing depending on their finish, but not 100%. When they get wet, it is recommended to dry them in the shade and place an element that absorbs the liquid inside.

Welcome to the experience of care and elegance that only natural leather can offer!