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Article: Features and care of Noblessa Calf German Shrink


Features and care of Noblessa Calf German Shrink

Features of Noblessa Calf German Shrink

This is authentic leather provided by Perlinger, a well-known long-established tannery company that has been producing leather in Germany since 1864.

Perlinger provides a stable supply of high quality leather by combining over 150 years of leather tanning technology and experience with modern manufacturing methods. Not only is it of high quality, but it is also an environmentally friendly tanner that has earned it high praise from top brands around the world.

One of the characteristics of leather is that it has patterns on its surface. The surface is covered with pigments, so even if water gets on it, it won't soak in easily, and the leather is relatively resistant to stains and scratches.

The degree of aging is smaller than that of Pueblo, so it is recommended for those who want to keep the same texture for a long time.


Daily care

The leather is very resistant to dirt and water, so it doesn't require much care.

For daily care, simply wiping it dry with a soft, dry 100% cotton cloth is sufficient.

When the leather becomes dry, take a small amount of colorless cream on a cloth, mix it well, and apply it to the product using circular motions. After that, wipe it dry with a soft cloth without applying pressure.

When and how to perform maintenance

Basically, it does not require any maintenance, but please take care of it in such cases.

1.Summer season

2. If the product becomes damp due to sweat or rain

3. If the leather becomes dry

For 1 and 2, humidity is a problem.

If you leave Buttero in a humid state, the following problems may occur, so please be careful.

・Mold grows

・Leather dye stains on banknotes and clothes

We recommend the following three methods for cleaning.
It is best to do it in the order of 1 → 2 → 3.

1. Brushing

Brushing is effective in removing dust from leather and dirt clogged in the leather's pores. There are a variety of brushes available, but we recommend horsehair, which has the right amount of hardness and delicateness. It is easy to obtain as it is reasonably priced.

It's a pain, but if you maintain it with oil or cream before brushing to remove the dirt, it may cause the dirt to stick, so you want to do it carefully without getting bothered.

You can also purchase brushes on Amazon .

pueblo brushing

2.Dry wipe

Apply a dry, soft cloth to the silver side (leather surface) and wipe away any moisture.
Although it is not visible to the naked eye, moisture such as sweat and rain adheres to the leather, so you can imagine using a cloth to absorb it.

It is best to imagine stroking or pressing rather than scrubbing.

What you need to be careful about is the fiber material. Choose fabrics made from 100% cotton rather than synthetic fibers. Chemical fibers can damage the leather, so be careful.

You can buy it anywhere, but you can also buy it from Muji, Amazon , etc.

Pueblo dry wipe

3. Apply cream

Do this only when the leather is dry. If you apply cream to damp leather, it will not moisturize the leather properly, which is not good.

Also, apply cream during the dry winter season or once a year . After applying the cream, wipe it dry again. Please be careful not to apply too much cream as this may cause stains.

If possible, it is best to purchase a special cream, but colorless shoe leather preservation cream can also be used instead.

The following are recommended as dedicated ones:
You can purchase it on Amazon etc.


Buttero Care Instructions Lana Parr

I hope you enjoy growing it.

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