Suede leather gloves are prone to wrinkles, but sheepskin is soft and comfortable to use, but unfortunately, it is not wear-resistant. Generally, leather gloves are very afraid of the following situations.
1. Avoid water: When exposed to water, the leather tissue will swell and soften, which will deform the gloves.
2. Avoid baking: The gloves should be placed in a ventilated and dry place after being wet so that the moisture can evaporate as soon as possible.
3. Avoid contamination: When cleaning and wiping gloves, use a dry cloth to wipe the dust off the leather surface before applying maintenance oil.
4. Avoid applying pressure: The elasticity of the leather surface of the glove will be destroyed, and the appearance will also be affected.
The above is not only the situation that leather gloves should not be afraid of but also applies to all leather products. Of course, in case of accidentally encountering these situations, how should we deal with them, please see the following instructions.
In a humid environment, leather gloves will be prone to mold if they have not been used for some time and without maintenance oil. If the gloves are moldy, you can wipe the moldy areas with a soft, dry cloth. Wipe away the mold with a clean, dry, damp towel, then place the gloves in a ventilated place to dry. After drying, you can apply some leather maintenance oil to the surface of the leather glove. However, if you value the cleaning effect of your gloves very much, it is advisable to purchase a special maintenance oil.
What should I do if the gloves get wet when we ride a bicycle? Leather products must be treated immediately after they get wet, and the water should be absorbed by a dry towel, and then placed in a well-ventilated place to dry in the shade. Do not dry in the sun or with hot air Baked, otherwise, the leather will be damaged and hardened. Remember to apply maintenance oil to the gloves after treatment, which can restore the gloss and softness of the gloves.