Product Care and Maintenance
Timothy Oulton’s leathers do not employ the use of covering pigments so as to preserve their natural features, wrinkles and marks.
The use of any leather maintenance product is not recommended, as they are likely to damage the patina or remove the oils from the leather. For regular maintenance, dust or vacuum occasionally, or in hot, dry weather, use a soft, slightly damp cloth and neutral, non-aggressive soap, and wipe gently without rubbing. If the leather starts to feel overly dry, apply a small amount of baseline or glycerine with a cotton cloth, allow the leather to dry, then polish gently with a dry cotton cloth. This will restore the natural feel of the leather.
Avoid direct exposure to sunlight and heat, as this may cause the colour to fade unevenly over time. Should the product get wet, remove any residual water immediately with a paper towel and allow it to dry naturally.
If treated properly, your treasured leather product will last through the years.