The aniline cleaning and care kit is suitable for open-pored leathers that have a gentle protection and a drop of water is absorbed over time. Oiled leathers can also be cleaned with this kit. Always, for safety reasons, you should perform the test in an inconspicuous place. Aniline leather feels warm and natural to the touch. In this context, it definitely differs from pigmented smooth leather, where the paint layer is clearly visible. Some anilines are fine-grained and pre-impregnated, others have larger pores and are absorbed instantly by water.
Due to the sensitivity of open-pored skin, all products must first be checked for changes in an invisible area!
Never apply the product directly to the skin, but rub the cleanser on a sponge or cloth and then remove any residue with a soft cloth. To do this, always apply the products in a circular pattern from seam to seam to avoid staining.
For daily cleaning, vacuum the leather first. When cleaning the surface, apply a little cleaning foam to the sponge or cloth and clean with circular movements evenly from seam to seam. Do not clean too wet or rub too hard. Wipe up residues of the cleaning agent with a damp cloth. Some open-pored leathers experience slight abrasion. Then let it dry to check for any unwanted color changes, which is rarely the case.
Always let your skin dry naturally at room temperature. For difficult places, it's always best to see a specialist first. Improper cleaning attempts quickly lead to stains. Specialist advice is required, especially in the case of dye stains or greasy spots. We are happy to help in any matter.
For everyday use, we recommend Aniline Cream, which effectively protects stains and keeps the skin supple. Traces of wear on oily skin are compensated by Aniline Cream.
Thus, the protective effect is increased. Frequently used areas should be cleaned and cared for every three months. For less used areas, intervals of 6 to 12 months are sufficient.