Every leather is unique because leather is a natural product. Fine deviations in terms of color and texture are quite normal. This unique behavior underlines the natural origin of leather. Even if leather products age individually over time and tell their own story, the right care is absolutely recommended for the longest possible life expectancy.
A cloth dampened with water in combination with gentle rubbing is sufficient to clean the nappa leather. The remaining moisture should then be absorbed with a dry cloth. A suede brush can be used to clean the suede. The suede must not be greased.
Important: Neither the collar nor the leash should be treated with hard cleaning agents, nor intensive direct contact with water, e.g. exposed by bathing or swimming. Intense contact with water, especially with salt water, can cause discoloration.