Locate the scratch on the leather case and use a clean finger to gently rub back and forth over the scratch marks. The oil and rubbing heat from your finger will erase light scratches over time.
Leather is susceptible to absorbing grease and oils, so keep your phone case away from water, oil, makeup, and dyed materials (such as denim jeans). Clean and condition your leather case every month by applying a thin layer of leather conditioner or mink oil (do not over apply as that might darken lightly colored leather). This will preserve your leather case and keep it looking supple.
3 recommended mink oil choices available on Amazon:
Cleaning the leather might affect its color. If you choose to clean the phone case, use a clean cloth with warm water and mild hand soap to gently clean the phone case. For a deeper clean, use a leather cleaner with a soft, clean cloth & follow the instructions of your selected leather care product.
We recommend 3 leather cleaners available on Amazon:
All real leather (i.e. not PU plastic leather) are prone to water stains. If you got water on your leather phone case, get rid of the leather water stain by using more water! Use a water soaked towel or sponge and dampen the spot and the area around it. Allow the moisture to become less and less as you get further from the spot. This will prevent water "rings" from forming when the spots get dried.
3 recommended products on Amazon to waterproof your leather case:
As your phone case is made from natural top-grain leather, it will change as you use it and age with you. Over time, scratches will naturally soften and the leather will acquire a patina due to the oils from your skin and direct sunlight, making your leather case even more unique.
And if nothing works, you can always buy a new leather phone case from us!
|Rose Gold Foil|
|Blind - No Foil|
1. Both blind and foil stampings will appear in the approximate area shown.
2. Letter spacing might differ slightly from the preview due to the fixed width of copper die.
3. Foil is foil, it might come off when it is rubbed against over time.