Sheep leather is light, soft and has a velvet touch. Leather is a naturally permeable material and therefore it is never completely waterproof. Sheep leather is light and supple and is used for high end fashion.
Extreme stains will require the service of a specialist cleaner, but general grime and marks can be removed by using corn starch. Lay the leather garment flat and gently brush in the direction of the grain with a suede brush. Apply corn starch liberally, leave for ten minutes and then brush out. When cleaning the leather, it’s advised to test it first. You can also use a high-quality leather conditioner for cleaning your sheep leather and lambskin. Apply a small dab of conditioner onto a clean cloth and gently massage the cream into the leather to remove grime or marks. There are a wide variety of commercial leather conditioners available but because sheep leather and lambskin are a soft, delicate, and absorbent leather you should choose your conditioner with care, not all conditioners are suitable. You should always test it first on an inconspicuous area of the garment before proceeding with the full treatment.
Recycled Polyester/ Acrylic
Recycled Polyester, often called rPET, is made from recycled plastic bottles. It gives plastic a second life to materials that are not biodegradable. The fiber is strong, durable and crease- resistant, and quick to dry. The knit blend has a much better elasticity than wool. Acrylic fiber has a fluffy and curly appearance and soft touch.
Handwashing your product is the best option for all qualities to maintain the shape and stretch. Firstly, always look on the care label for washing instructions. Generally synthetic fibers (Polyester and Acrylic), Wool blends and Cotton blends can be washed in the machine, but handwashing will keep your accessories look the best. If you wash in a machine, keep the maximum temperature not higher than 30°(86 °F) on a handwash program. Please put small accessories in a laundry bag for extra protection