When using genuine leather products, wipe with a fine flannel cloth. If it does drip onto grease or gets wet from rain, wipe off the water stain with a soft dry cloth, and then place it in a ventilated place and wait for it to dissipate on its own. Do not use sun exposure, squeezing, or rubbing with water and gasoline, so as not to cause the dermis to harden and the oil to evaporate and dry out.
Of course, you must also learn to “fill light” for leather products. When filling light, use a cloth dipped in glazing agent to gently rub it once or twice. Generally, it is enough to keep the leather soft and shiny and prolong its service life as long as it is buffed every two or three years. But need to pay attention, do not use leather shoe polish to wipe.